Extended! Horton Foote’s The Traveling Lady, directed by Austin Pendleton, now runs through July 30 on the Cherry Lane Mainstage; a co-production of Cherry Lane Theatre and La Femme Theatre Productions. ★★★★—TimeOut New York. “Yes, Definitely!”—Huffington Post. “It’s the kind of theatrical magic you really have to experience firsthand.”—TheaterMania.
Every last member of the cast of The Lucky One sounds credibly born and bred in old Blighty … Cheers to all and to dialect coach/dramaturg Amy Stoller for their stellar work in this area.
Michael Portantiere, Talkin' Broadway
on The Lucky One
The Mint Theater Company production of A.A. Milne’s The Lucky One, directed by Jesse Marchese, enjoyed a successful run at the Beckett at Theatre Row. Dialect design and dramaturgy by yours truly. Here are Paton Ashbrook as Pamela and Ari Brand as Bob Farringdon.
Anna Deavere Smith recreates her speakers’ inflections and rhythms with an exactitude that comes only with hard study .… We become vividly aware of nuances of phrasing and tone that we would be unlikely to catch if we were watching the same people on television. (Amy Stoller is her dialect coach.)
Ben Brantley, The New York Times
on Notes from the Field