Acting Out with Charlie DelMarcelle

On today’s podcast, Hank Curry is joined by Charlie DelMarcelle. I believe the last time we chatted with Charlie was for an Azuka production. Now, he is featured in Norristown for the Theatre Horizon production of “I Am My Own Wife”. Stay Tuned

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ABOUT I AM MY OWN WIFE

I Am My Own Wife

October 31 – November 24, 2013

by Doug Wright
Honorary Show Producers – William & Cindy Wanger, TD Bank, Fesnak & Associates LLP, Fox Rothschild LLP
Directed by Kathryn MacMillan
Starring Charlie DelMarcelle

“…riveting theatre… the structure of the play is original, challenging, and involving.” —BackStage

Synopsis

Based on a true story, this Pulitzer Prize-winning play tells the fascinating tale of Charlotte von Mahlsdorf, a German man who survived the Nazis and the Communists while dressed as a woman. Having endured two of history’s most repressive regimes, Charlotte’s ambiguity made her a bridge between unlikely worlds. Celebrated actor Charlie DelMarcelle portrays over 30 characters and seduces us with Charlotte’s tale of politics, survival, and beauty.

FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION:

http://theatrehorizon.org

THE BENDS

Today’s podcast features the cast and director of the Flashpoint Theatre World Premiere production of THE BENDS. We join the cast on the set at the Off Broad Street Theater to talk about this suburban college reunion gone awry. Stay Tuned!

The cast and director share a bottle of wine with REP RADIO!
The cast and director share a bottle of wine with REP RADIO!

ABOUT THE BENDS

World Premiere!
The Bends
by Megan Mostyn-Brown
Directed by Kathryn MacMillan
The Off-Broad Street Theatre
March 13 – 31, 2013

Gemma returns home to see her college friends for the first time in many years. What could possible go wrong? Megan Mostyn-Brown (LAByrinth Theatre Company) spins a Bacchanalian tale of what happens when the past and present collide in a single house…with a lot of wine. Barrymore-nominee Kathryn MacMillan directs this dark and hilarious play that proves you can always come home again. It just may not be pretty.

CAST:

Gemma — Janice Rowland
Lacy — Megan Slater
Adam — Jared Delaney
Paul — Charlie Del Marcelle
Sadie — Isa St. Clair
Manny — Walter DeShields

FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION:
@flashpointtheatre
http://flashpointtheatre.org