CUE & A REVISITED: What Performance Did You Attend That You Will Never Forget?; 70 Actors Respond

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03 Jan 2013

Gabriel Ebert

Gabriel Ebert
Ivanov up at Lake Lucille.

Brian Mertes, an amazing director and mind and man, with his wife Melissa Kievman, put up a Chekhov play at their house in Rockland County every summer. Just one week of rehearsal and one performance.

The community comes out, there's a potluck at intermission, it takes place outside, inside and around their house and this gorgeous lake, using the environment and the atmosphere. Anything goes. ASTONISHING! And Rob Campbell as Ivanov truly blew my fragile little mind.

Marlo Thomas
Uta Hagen in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Jeremy Davidson
Chekhov's Platonov, directed by Brian Mertes and Melissa Kievman at Lake Lucille

Jenn Harris
I saw War Horse in London and cried so hard.

Also, my 6th birthday party at Showbiz Pizza - something about huge mechanical animals as a band just doesn't go away?


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