A Look at Lincoln Center Theater's Minister's Wife (Video)

PlayBlog   A Look at Lincoln Center Theater's Minister's Wife (Video)
 
A Minister's Wife, the new musical version of George Bernard Shaw's Candida, starring Tony Award nominees Bobby Steggert, Marc Kudisch and Jeff Award-winning Chicago actress Kate Fry, opened Off-Broadway May 8 at Lincoln Center Theater's Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater.


The production, directed by Michael Halberstam, is written by Tony-nominated actor and director Austin Pendleton, with a score by Joshua Schmidt and lyrics by Jan Tranen.

The musical, according to Lincoln Center Theater, "explores the fires burning beneath the surface of a seemingly ordinary marriage. The Revered James Morell (Kudisch) and his wife, Candida (Fry), are happily married – or at least they think – until a romantic young poet (Steggert) enters their life."

Here, Steggert also sits down with the show's book writer, Pendleton, as well as his co-star, Kudisch, to talk about the new production that runs through June 12.

To check out a preview to A Minister's Wife, look below:

To watch Steggert's interview with Pendleton, look below:

To watch Steggert's interview with Kudisch, look below:


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