Wednesday, May 6, 2009

More on The Life

Richard Cameron interviews Allessandro Pellicani, the choreographer of 26th Street Theatre's ill-fated production of The Life.

One of the points of the actors' stories that he confirms is that the cast was told that the production was being shut down due to insufficient funds. This contradicts the story told by Gary Waldman and Jamison Troutman, who claim that problems with the quality of the production were their motivation to close down during rehearsal. Pellicani also confirms that the one week's pay the company did receive wasn't drawn on a 26th Street Theatre account.

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