Tag: Clare Hall
The question asked in The Justice Theater Project’s production of Katori Hall’s 2009 two-character play The Mountaintop may well be “Can a flawed man lead society to the mountaintop it so desperately needs to climb?” We Americans love to find the feet of clay that our icons and idols stand on; but this play doesn’t… Read More ›
We find only one flaw in The Justice Theater Project’s production of Grey Gardens: The Musical, but we hope it will be corrected. We question the need for amplification of the performers at all, and unfortunately that was most noticeable in the case of Jeri Lynn Schulke, whom we could almost never understand when she… Read More ›
You could probably see them from space, David Henderson and John Honeycutt twinkle so brightly as the title characters in The Justice Theater Project’s stellar production of Peter Morgan’s 2006 historical drama “Frost/Nixon,” which will conclude its three-week run on Sept 14-16 and 21-23 in Clare Hall at the Catholic Community of St. Francis of Assisi in north Raleigh, NC.
JTP’s “Frost/Nixon” Stars David Henderson as David Frost and John Honeycutt as President Richard Nixon
In his 2006 historical drama, “Frost/Nixon,” London playwright and screenwriter Peter Morgan dramatizes events surrounding the series of 1977 television interviews about his presidency that former President Richard M. Nixon ultimately granted a persistent David Frost, whose secret hope was that Nixon would finally admit his involvement in the Watergate scandal. Was he or wasn’t he involved? You will have to see The Justice Theater Project’s presentation of “Frost/Nixon” to find out.
JTP’s Multimedia Presentation of “Molly Daughter” Is a Cry from the Heart, But Sometimes Hard to Follow
Deb Royals-Mizerk, Renée Wimberley, and Alison Lawrence make all the women of “Molly Daughter” unforgettable — if at times indistinguishable — characters. The songs that they and musical director Coty Cockrell sing are moving cries from the heart; but in the end, “Molly Daughter” has too many women to keep them all straight, let alone remember which are which.