“I find this play astonishing for so many reasons,” Perloff says. “It was one of the first things I ever did when I ran Classic Stage Company in New York, and I worked on it with Harold Pinter in the room. What I learned from him was incalculable. So as I was thinking about what are the things I love the most that I wanted to do before I left ACT, and also what’s a play that would bring back so many of the real ACT all-stars, it was this play.”. One of those all-stars, Barricelli was not just a member of ACT’s now-defunct core acting company but inspired Perloff to form it in the first place when they first worked together on 1996’s “The Rose Tattoo.”.
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