April 19, 2015
15 Jan 2004
The Manhattan Theatre Club is now in rehearsals for Drowning Crow, what will be its second full production at the newly restored Biltmore Theatre.
At left, actress Alfre Woodard and director Marion McClinton are both seen with playwright Regina Taylor outside a rehearsal of Drowning Crow at the MTC offices. Below, Roger Robinson, Paul Butler, and Stephen McKinley Henderson leave the rehearsal.
Previews begin at the Biltmore on Jan. 29 for an official opening on Feb. 19, 2004.
All photos are by Aubrey Reuben
Mild-mannered Jason unhappily has to participate in a Jesus-themed puppet show at his church. However, he soon discovers that his puppet, Tyrone, has a mind of its own.
Click here for details.
Send questions and comments to the Webmaster
Copyright © 2015 Playbill, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Exclusive Ticket Discounts