Wednesday, August 15, 2007

private lives


We saw Noel Coward's "Private Lives" last night at the Guthrie. Here is a preview. Oh, it was funny. And very romantic. It's about a divorced couple who remarry other people and then find themselves on adjoining terraces on their respective honeymoons. Stephen Pelinski is my favorite Guthrie actor, and Veanne Cox was perfect as Amanda. Here they talk about the play as well as working in theater vs. television or movies.

I also got my first view of the fallen bridge. It's very close to the Guthrie and we could see it out the window. I felt a strange detachment when I saw it, like I wasn't really seeing it. Like it wasn't real. It made me uncomfortable so I stopped looking.

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