The Violet Hour comes to The Old Globe
Tuesday, May 23, 2006
Lucas Hall (left) as John Pace Seavering and T. Scott Cunningham as Gidger in The Old Globe's production of THE VIOLET HOUR, by Richard Greenberg, directed by Carolyn Cantor, playing in the Old Globe Theatre May 20 through June 25. Photo by Craig Schwartz.
Patch Darragh (left) as Denis McCleary and Kristen Bush as Rosamund Plinth in The Old Globe's production of THE VIOLET HOUR. Photo by Craig Schwartz.
Christen Simon as Jessie Brewster and Lucas Hall as John Pace Seavering (kneeling) with T. Scott Cunningham as Gidger (standing) in The Old Globe's production of THE VIOLET HOUR. Photo by Craig Schwartz.
Richard Greenberg is considered one of the best American playwrights in the last 20 years. The Old Globe's Resident Artistic Director Jerry Patch joins host Tom Fudge to talk about the Globe's production of The Violet Hour.
The Violet Hour runs through June 25th.
- Jerry Patch is the resident artistic director at The Old Globe. He has served as dramaturg on 9 of Richard Greenberg's plays.
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