August 29, 2015

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Golden Age Cast and Creatives Share Passion for Opening Night Drama

The cast and creatives of Golden Age took time out from a promotional photo shoot to chat about the rueful new backstage comedy, the world of opera and the work of playwright Terrence McNally. Stars Lee Pace (who plays 19th-century composer Vincenzo Bellini), Bebe Neuwirth (as famous opera singer Maria Malibran) and Will Rogers (as patron and friend Francesco Florimo) are joined by Manhattan Theatre Club artistic director Lynne Meadow, MTC artistic producer Mandy Greenfield and director Walter Bobbie to chat about their passion for this fictional look at the opening night of the opera I Puritani. Read the recent interview with McNally here.








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