Monthly Archives: September 2011

So, what does that red line across the Molly Sweeney set mean anyway?

Audiences have been fascinated by the thin red line extending horizontally across the set for Molly Sweeney, running through October 16 on Stage II. This bit of stagecraft has elicited many interesting responses from people seeking to assign it meaning, said Artistic Resident Marissa Friedman. Audience members have likened the line to a demarcation point… Continue reading →

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First rehearsal: Molly Sweeney

One of the great Long Wharf Theatre traditions is that the morning of the first rehearsal, the entire company meets in a rehearsal hall and greets the actors and other guest artists who will be joining us for the run of the play. It’s a nice moment, where Long Wharf Theatre’s staff gets together in… Continue reading →

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Interview: Charlotte Moore, director of Molly Sweeney

Charlotte Moore is no stranger to Long Wharf Theatre. Under the leadership of legendary artistic director Arvin Brown, Moore appeared as a performer in several productions including The Autumn Garden in the mid 1970s. “That was a terrific time. Going up on the train, learning your lines. Getting caught in the parking lot in the… Continue reading →

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