WHAT WAS LOST set in the 1940’s chronicles beloved stage actress Laurette Taylor's legendary performance as Amanda Wingfield during the first rehearsals of Tennessee Williams “The Glass Menagerie” & is performed brilliantly by Pennylynn White at the Clarion Theatre throughout May. The story is about how Laurette Taylor returned to the stage after a six-year hiatus & for the first time in over a decade she is sober. WHAT WAS LOST is a piercing look at the lies we tell ourselves in order to survive. WHAT WAS LOST is part of the month-long festival of 5 plays by Steven Carl McCasland running in repertory from now through May 31st at The Clarion Theatre. The cast includes Pennylynn White as Laurette Taylor, Paul Thomas Ryan gives a fabulous performance as Tennessee Williams delivering a believable LGBT spin & a stellar cast consisting of Colin Fisher as Eddie Dowling, Kristen Gehling as Margo Jones, Kimberly Faye Greenberg as Marguerite, Rachel Adams as Julie Haydon/Ruby & Brian Piehl as Randolph Echols. Steven Carl McCasland directs. WHAT WAS LOST run through May on Sunday May 10th at 2P, Wednesday May 13th at 7P, Thursday May 14th at 7P, Wednesday May 20th at 2P Saturday May 23rd at 5P, Thursday May 28th at 7P, Saturday, May 30th at 5P & Sunday May 31st at 7P. The Clarion Theatre is located at 309 E 26th St in NYC.
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