Thursday, February 26, 2009

Lady can sing the Blues

Here's a sneak peak from The Devil's Music: The Life and Blues of Bessie Smith. The production stars Miche Braden as Bessie Smith. The show is currently in tech rehearsals towards previews which begin March 3rd.


video

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Cake and Matthew Arkin


Two exciting opportunities for a blog entry today that I've included them both.

The First:
Jersey Arts.com producer Christopher Benincasa meets up with actor Matthew Arkin to talk about his role in Sight Unseen. So be sure to check that out here!

And if you still need a reason to see Sight Unseen this week. Here it is....

CAKE

The perfect Valentine's Day event: a great offer for this weekend's performances. Two Tickets to
Sight Unseen and our delicious "Two fork cake" before the show or at intermission for $50 per couple. Our marketing folks came up with a catchy little package name, so call the box office or order the "Just 2 Sweet" package online.

(Since I've had them all, I can definitely say that the cake is quite enjoyable.)


posted by Scott Goldman, Executive Assistant

Monday, February 9, 2009

Chime In!

The reviews for Sight Unseen are out and you only have one more week to see it!

Read the reviews in the

Home News Tribune
says "GSP's Sight Unseen is a work of art".

Recorder Newspapers
urges, "
Theatergoers should make every effort to see this excellent production of a brilliant play"

Princeton Packet writes "With an absolutely smashing cast under the direction of David Saint (who we must thank for bringing this to George Street), Sight Unseen is a rousing must-see. And I dare say it would even repay seeing twice.".

The staff has been working overtime and speaking with audiences before and after the show leading insightful, thought-provoking discussions. Want to take part? Join us at 7pm tomorrow for a discussion before the show, or after performances this week.

Have you seen the show?! Have a question or comment to share? Let us know right here and be featured on our blog.