In theatre, things don’t always go as expected, but, as the old saying goes, “the show must go on.” This mantra certainly proved true in the case of North Carolina Theatre’s production of Wit, for which the original leading lady, Judy McLane, bowed out of the role before opening night, citing personal reasons. Fortunately, the… Continue reading NCT’s Wit Will Make Viewers Think and Feel
Nobody does English lit professor-turned-ovarian cancer patient Vivian Bearing, Ph.D., better than New York actress Kate Goehring, who stepped into the role in the North Carolina Theatre‘s current production of Wit literally at the 11th hour as a last-minute replacement for Broadway actress Judy McLane, who bowed out for “personal reasons,” according to NCT. But… Continue reading Nobody Does It Better Than Kate Goehring, Who Stars as Dr. Vivian Bearing in Wit May 3-8 for NCT
The North Carolina Theatre‘s April 29-May 1 and May 3-8 production of Atlanta, GA playwright and teacher Margaret Edson’s 1999 Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Wit, will star New York actress Kate Goehring as cancer patient Vivian Bearing, Ph.D., and 1991 Tony Award® winner Daisy Eagan as her primary nurse, Susie Monahan, RN, BSN. Goehring, who earned… Continue reading NCT’s Production of Wit Will Star Kate Goehring as Dr. Vivian Bearing and Daisy Eagan as Her Nurse
North Carolina Theatre, the region’s premier nonprofit professional regional theatre, today announced a cast change for Margaret Edson’s Wit, opening April 29th. Kate Goehring will step into the lead role of “Vivian Bearing, Ph.D.” replacing Judy McLane, who has withdrawn from the production due to personal reasons.
Wit by Margaret Edson is a tour-de-force play for a resilient and powerful actress, fleshed out with seven subordinate performers who are necessary to advance the plot. The Justice Theater Project’s cast does an excellent job of supporting their principal; and she, Rasool Jahan, fills the role completely. The story takes place during the last… Continue reading The Sword of “Wit” Slices Deeply, and Margaret Edson’s 1999 Pulitzer Prize Winner Sticks with You