PHOTO CALL: Theatrical Women Check Out Jones' Stones April 1

News   PHOTO CALL: Theatrical Women Check Out Jones' Stones April 1 Irishwoman Marie Jones' Stones in His Pockets attracted some well-known American theatrical women at its April 1 opening at the John Golden Theatre - Frances Sternhagen, playwright-performer Ann Devere Smith, 2000 Tony Award winner Karen Ziemba and Kate Burton, soon to be appearing on Broadway in Hedda Gabler.
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Irishwoman Marie Jones' Stones in His Pockets attracted some well-known American theatrical women at its April 1 opening at the John Golden Theatre - Frances Sternhagen, playwright-performer Ann Devere Smith, 2000 Tony Award winner Karen Ziemba and Kate Burton, soon to be appearing on Broadway in Hedda Gabler.

Stones in His Pockets is seen through the perspective of Charlie and Jack, two down-on-their luck Irishmen (played by Conleth Hill and Sean Campion) working as extras on a Hollywood film being shot in the Irish countryside. The close-knit rural community around them is uprooted and in some ways destroyed by the arrival of the Hollywood cast and crew. Among the characters Hill and Campion portray are Caroline Giovanni, the spoiled and horny American diva; Mickey, the last remaining extra from "The Quiet Man"; and Clem, the hunchbacked director.