August 29, 2015

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David Mamet's A Life in the Theatre, Starring Patrick Stewart and T.R. Knight, Opens on Broadway The Broadway premiere of David Mamet's 1977 comedic drama A Life in the Theatre, which explores the lives of two acting colleagues — one at the beginning of his career and one near the end — opened at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre Oct. 12. Patrick Stewart and T.R. Knight co-star in the production, which began previews Sept. 21. Read the Playbill.com story.

A Life in the Theatre, With Patrick Stewart and T.R. Knight, at the Schoenfeld The Broadway premiere of David Mamet's 1977 two-actor play A Life in the Theatre, starring Patrick Stewart and T.R. Knight, began previews Sept. 21 and will officially open at the Schoenfeld Theatre Oct. 12 for a limited 15-week engagement.
A Life in the Theatre Meet and Greet with Patrick Stewart and T.R. Knight A meet and greet was held for the Broadway premiere of David Mamet's 1977 two-actor play A Life in the Theatre, starring Patrick Stewart and T.R. Knight, which will officially open at the Schoenfeld Theatre Oct. 12 for a limited 15-week engagement. Read the Playbill.com story.






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