CURIE written and performed by Jo Anderson
Performances: 6/6@7pm, 6/7@7pm, 6/9@3pm, 6/13@7pm, 6/14@8pm, 6/15@7pm, 6/16@3pm
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CURIE is a one-person play featuring the illustrious scientist, Madame Marie Curie. Jo Anderson’s play, ”Curie”, is a deeply moving, riveting work. It goes far beyond a simple portrait of a great scientist we know as Madame Curie; the celebrated genius who discovered Radium.
Jo offers us a unique and profoundly compelling glimpse into this extraordinary scientist’s life, work and mind: a stunning piece that that takes us on a deeply personal path of discovery. In our present time of much fear, confusion and divisiveness, this courageous work, which captures a union between Nature and Humankind, brings to bear the potential paradox of an energy, Radioactivity, that has the power to heal as well as destroy.
Jo Anderson’s stunning performance embodies this profound duality with passion, pathos, humor and grace.
SPECIFIC Performance dates are:
thur, 6/6 @ 7pm
fri 6/7 @ 7pm
sun 6/9 @ 3pm
thur 6/13 @ 7pm
fri 6/14 @ 8pm
sat 6/15 @ 7pm
sun 6/16 @ 3pm
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Notable Past Performances
A large number of Studio projects have gone on to considerable commercial success:
A HATFUL OF RAIN
THE ROSE TATTOO
END AS A MAN
EAST OF EDEN
NIGHT OF THE IGUANA
THE ZOO STORY
THE DEATH OF BESSIE SMITH
THE WORLD OF BEEBEE FENSTERMAKER
THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS
The plays, COMPANY and TWIGS, both by George Furth, come out of the Actors Studio West, and went on to successful Broadway runs.
Recent public performances at the Actors Studio have included: THE CHERRY ORCHARD, with Ellen Burstyn, directed by John Gould Rubin; FIRST BORN, by Lyle Kessler, with Margaret Ladd, Suzanne DiDonna, Gabe Fazio, Michael Aronov, Paul Ben-Victor, and Jack Kehler; Harold Pinter’s OLD TIMES, directed by Beau Gravitte, with Beth Manspeizer, Sayra Player, and Chris Stack; Under the Theatre and Social Justice Series, we presented MUD, by Maria Irene Fornes, RHAPSODY IN BLACK, written by and starring Leland Gantt; the Community Trust project; THE LAST DAYS OF JUDAS ISCARIOT and OUR LADY OF 121st St. both by Stephen Adly Guirgis. The series, featuring post-performance talkbacks with a stellar panel of professionals in the field of Social Justice, was overseen by Estelle Parsons. JUDAS went on to a public very successful run at the world-famous LaMama theatre off-Broadway.