Episode 9: Barrington Stage Company’s HARRY CLARKE

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Barrington Stage Company’s recent production of Harry Clarke isn’t just a play. It’s a test-case — the first Actors’ Equity Association-approved production since theater went dark. As such, the spotlight was blinding, and all eyes were on this one-man-show, eager to learn whether theater can adapt to the realities of COVID. So what’s the verdict? Is it safe to go back into the water? Kevin spoke to lone actor Mark H. Dold and BSC artistic director Julianne Boyd to find out.

 

Resources

Visit the Barrington Stage Company website.

Follow Mark H. Dold on Instagram.

Read the New York Times story about this production:

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/30/theater/the-first-equity-authorized-indoor-theater-is-moving-outdoors.html

 

Credits

The Backdrop is hosted by Kevin Bleyer and produced by Nella Vera.

The Backdrop artwork is by Philip Romano.

Follow Kevin Bleyer and Nella Vera on Twitter: @kevinbleyer / @spinstripes

The Backdrop is a proud member of the Broadway Podcast Network.

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