PHOTO CALL: McCormack Visits Some of LaBute’s Girl(s) with Off-Broadway Opening

News   PHOTO CALL: McCormack Visits Some of LaBute’s Girl(s) with Off-Broadway Opening Frequently produced playwright Neil LaBute’s newest work - Some Girl(s) - had its Off-Broadway debut at the Lucille Lortel Theatre on June 8, in a production from the popular MCC Theater.
From Top: Christopher Meloni (left), Eleanor Handley and Robert LuPone; James Franco.
From Top: Christopher Meloni (left), Eleanor Handley and Robert LuPone; James Franco.

Some Girl(s), according to press materials, “is a comedy straight from the trenches of the war between the sexes. Guy, a writer, revisits four women from his past on his way up the aisle of matrimony. He invites each to his hotel room (in four different cities), intent on making sure there are no hard feelings, even though he has previously used their time together as material for his fictional work.” At left, Christopher Meloni, Eleanor Handley and MCC co-artistic director Robert LuPone, as well as actor James Franco, are seen at the show. Below, cast members Brooke Smith, Fran Drescher, Eric McCormack, Maura Tierney and Judy Reyes celebrate at the opening night party for Some Girl(s) held at the Robert Miller Gallery on West 26th Street in New York City.

Photos by Aubrey Reuben


From Left: Brooke Smith, Fran Drescher, Eric McCormack, Maura Tierney and Judy Reyes.
From Left: Brooke Smith, Fran Drescher, Eric McCormack, Maura Tierney and Judy Reyes.
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