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The cast of Broadway’s THE BOYS IN THE BAND – Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, Matt Bomer, Andrew Rannells, Charlie Carver, Robin de Jesús, Brian Hutchison, Michael Benjamin Washington, and Tuc Watkins – is hosting a special late-night performance of Edward Albee’s THREE TALL WOMEN (starring Glenda Jackson, Laurie Metcalf, and Alison Pill) to benefit The Actors Fund.


THREE TALL WOMEN, Thursday, May 17, at 11:45 pm.

Regular engagement through June 24.

GOLDEN THEATRE, 252 West 45th Street, New York City.



THE BOYS IN THE BAND, through August 11.

BOOTH THEATRE, 222 West 45th Street, New York City.


See: nytimes.com/gay-theater-history-boys-in-the-band

Alison Pill (left), Glenda Jackson, and Laurie Metcalf in Three Tall Women. Photograph by Brigitte Lacombe.

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Elvis Mitchell: “Tell us about your first day as a director.”

Greta Gerwig: “I prepared and I over-prepared. Film is weird—it’s a timed art. For everything you’re doing [on set], that’s something else you’re not able to do. But I was ready. It’s a mix of being totally in control and totally out of control. It’s thrilling.”*

Actor-screenwriter Gerwig grew up in Sacramento, went to a Catholic high school, attended Barnard, and wanted to be a dancer.

The last part of that story provided the basis for Frances Ha (2012), her screenplay collaboration with her work and life partner Noah Baumbach.

For LADY BIRD, Gerwig took over the directing reins for the first time, and the completed work—a roughly autobiographical coming-of-age tale about the Sacramento years, starring Saoirse Ronan in the title role and Laurie Metcalf as her mother—is one of the standout films of 2017.


LADY BIRD, now playing.

LAEMMLE NOHO, 5240 Lankershim Boulevard, North Hollywood.


ARCLIGHT HOLLYWOOD, 6360 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles.

ARCLIGHT PASADENA, 300 East Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena.

ARCLIGHT SHERMAN OAKS, 15301 Ventura Boulevard, Sherman Oaks.


*Greta Gerwig and Elvis Mitchell at the Film Independent screening of Lady Bird (2017), LACMA, November 2, 2017.

Image courtesy of WireImage and Film Independent.