Last Chance: Van Griethuysen's Steward Of Christendom in DC to May 17

News   Last Chance: Van Griethuysen's Steward Of Christendom in DC to May 17 Washington DC theatregoers have only a few more days to catch Ted Van Griethuysen starring in Sebastian Barry's one man drama, The Steward of Christendom. The show opened Apr. 1 at the Studio Theatre and was first extended past its May 1 close to May 10. Steward will finish its run May 17.

Washington DC theatregoers have only a few more days to catch Ted Van Griethuysen starring in Sebastian Barry's one man drama, The Steward of Christendom. The show opened Apr. 1 at the Studio Theatre and was first extended past its May 1 close to May 10. Steward will finish its run May 17.

The play explores of the mind of Tom Dunne, an Irishman locked in a Dublin madhouse. Irish independence arrived years earlier, and Dunne, separated from his Loyalist past, escapes into his memories.

Joy Zinoman directs The Steward of Christendom. Other design staffers include Russell Metheny (sets), Joseph Appelt (lighting), Helen Q. Huang (costumes), Contessa Riggs (props) and Gil Thompson (sound).

Steward was originally produced in March 1995 by director Max Stafford-Clark's Out of Joint Theatre Company in association with The Royal Court Theatre; it was that same production that came to BAM last season.

For tickets ($19.50-$34.50) call (202) 332-3300 or visit the Studio Theatre's web site for more box office information. -- By Christine Ehren and David Lefkowitz

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