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Offline Iain Fisher

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Re: The Homecoming
« Reply #2 on: March 19, 2011, 08:21:43 PM »
There are some related events for the San Francisco Homecoming:

Prologue 8 Mar 2011
Get inside the artistic process—come early for a preperformance discussion with the director and a member of the A.C.T. artistic staff.

Theater on the Couch 11 Mar 2011
Join members of the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis for an exciting postperformance discussion that explores the psychological aspects of the show and addresses audience questions.

Audience Exchanges 15 and 23 Mar 2011
After the show, stick around for a lively Q&A session with the actors, moderated by a member of the A.C.T. artistic staff.

OUT with A.C.T. 16 Mar 2011
LGBT night at A.C.T. features a catered afterparty and a cast meet and greet. Visit www.act-sf.org/out for more information about how to subscribe to OUT nights.

Pursuing Pinter: A Celebration 20 Mar 2001
Join us for a celebration of the life and work of Harold Pinter. Homecoming director Carey Perloff will lead a discussion with Austin E. Quigley, author of The Pinter Problem and The Modern Stage and Other Worlds and former dean of Columbia College at Columbia University, and Michael Krasny, host of KQED Radio's Forum program. Then stick around for readings from Pinter's great works, brought to life by A.C.T. core acting company members; Bay Area favorites Marco Barricelli, Giles Havergal, and Ken Ruta; and Emmy Award winner David Strathairn. This event is free and open to the public—no tickets necessary.

Details are here www.act-sf.org/1011/homecoming/index.html


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The Homecoming
« Reply #1 on: March 19, 2011, 08:18:49 PM »
A.C.T. present Pinter's The Homecoming from 3- 27 Mar 2011 in San Francisco, USA.

"... Caught in a grueling power struggle, father and sons vie for Ruth's attention and affection with outrageous consequences in a play that changed the face of 20th-century drama."

The actors are RenĂ© Augesen (Ruth), Anthony Fusco (Teddy), Kenneth Welsh (Sam), Adam O'Byrne (Joey), Andrew Polk (Lenny) and  Jack Willis (Max).  The director is Carey Perloff.