LUCKY GUY - Press Release    5/15/2015
Lucky Guy depicts the story of journalist Mike McAlary beginning in 1985 and ending with his death at the age of 41 in 1998. The plot covers the high points and tribulations of McAlary’s career as he traverses the clubby atmosphere of the New York City tabloid journalism industry prior to the 24-hour news reporting cycle....
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Edge Has a Hit With Mythic Jerusalem    05/07/2015
No matter how many dreary events it’s played at, "Jerusalem” — a hymn with lyrics from a poem by William Blake set to music by Sir Hubert Parry — never loses the power to move and astonish, unlike so many jingoistic anthemic songs. "Jerusalem” speaks of a mythic time when Christ visited England and of Blake’s longing to see his country transformed and made holy…

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Jerusalem Review - ColoradoDrama.com    05/06/2015
That this all-around impressive and intimate production features Augustus Truhn as Rooster, a role in which Mark Rylance won the Tony in 2011, is a blessing, because, in the wake of his performance, we cannot it imagine it performed any better anywhere. The emotional detail and abandon of Truhn's Rooster sets a high bar for the ensemble, which largely measures up.

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Boulder Magazine Review: JERUSALEM    05/05/2015
As I sat in the darkened Edge theater, I could turn my head and see other audience members or the door to the lobby. But when I looked at the stage, it all disappeared. I was immediately transported to the yard in front of a well-worn Airstream, obviously parked for years with trash overflowing and a shabby sofa that served as a magnet for the young people of the village of Flintock, County Wiltshire, southwest England.  This is a small domain ruled over by Johnny "Rooster" Byron—drug dealer, father figure, chum, big brother, rebel, drunkard.
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Marlowe's Musings - Jerusalem Review    05/02/2015
Set in a dump of an English trailer park on St. George’s Day, Jez Butterworth’s "Jerusalem” is a richly imagined, provocative work of art. It’s an allegorical wake-up call bellowed from a bull horn and hammered on a copper drum that cries out for......
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