Two Gentleman of Lebowski Begins Manhattan Run March 18

News   Two Gentleman of Lebowski Begins Manhattan Run March 18 Two Gentleman of Lebowski, the new Shakespearean parody by Adam Bertocci inspired by the Bard's work and the Coen Brothers film, begins it sold-out run March 18 at the Kraine Theatre.

The Horse Trade Theater Group and DMTheatrics preent the U.S. premiere of the work that pays tribute to the Coen Brothers film "The Big Lebowski," but uses Two Gentleman of Verona as a starting point. The production is designed and directed by Frank Cwiklik and choreographed by Becky Byers.

The cast features Brianna Tyson as Maude Lebowski, Josh Mertz as Geoffrey Lebowski, Matthew Gray as Joshua Quince, Becky Byers as Bonnie Lebowski and Craig Kelton Peterson in a variety of roles.

Inspired by, but unaffiliated with the Coen Brothers film "The Big Lebowski," Two Gentleman of Lebowski asks, "What if... William Shakespeare wrote 'The Big Lebowski?'" The work is described as a "parody of Shakespearian archetypes, theatrical convention, modern pop culture, and especially the most beloved work of the Brothers Coen..."

"The Big Lebowski" is the Coen Brothers' 1998 film that starred Jeff Bridges as an unemployed slacker (and bowler) who meets a multimillionaire with the same name. The cast also featured John Goodman, Steve Buscemi, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Julianne Moore and John Turturro.

Performances continue through April 4. Visit HorseTrade. The Kraine Theatre is located at 85 East 4th Street between 2nd Ave and Bowery.

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