Sunday, October 30, 2016

Reviews - "She Stoops To Conquer" - TACT, NYC

Tony Roach and Jeremy Beck
“Beck always knows how to negotiate these kinds of scripts. 
He's a master of the effortless. Bully for him.”
-David Finkle, Huffington Post
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"Jeremy Beck brilliantly shifts between 
Marlow's nervous and blustering extremes."
-Pete Hempstead, TheatreMania
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Jeremy Beck as Marlow is extraordinary, morphing effortlessly from suave aristocrat to bashful hot mess, 
to smooth talking lady-killer and beyond. 
He has everyone in the palm of his hand.
- Sarah Downs, New York Theatre Guide
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"Beck delivers an audience-tickling display 
of twitches and stammers."
-Charles Wright, Curtain Up
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Other standouts in the impressive cast included 
the skillful Jeremy Beck as the young swain Marlow”
-Jonathan Leaf, The Edge Media Network
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"The find here is Jeremy Beck (Charles Marlow). 
This actor delivers a whole person, 
from believable difference in his approach to feminine mystique – when he literally shakes with fear, one feels empathetic rather than critical of technique, while seduction scenes are elegant- to eventually sincere ardor; from the character’s arrogant, patrician behavior to shame and defeat. Beck is the real deal."
-Alix Cohen,Woman Around Town
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Tuesday, October 18, 2016

She Stoops to Conquer - The Actors Company Theatre (TACT)

by Oliver Goldsmith
Adapted & Directed by Scott Alan Evans

Mistaken identities, rustic rubes, and a barmaid who isn’t what she appears to be make this hilarious romance that pits county manners against city snobbery among the brightest gems in the crown of British comedy.

October 4 through November 5, 2016


Jeremy Beck* as Marlow
Cynthia Darlow* as Mrs. Hardcastle
Mairin Lee as Kate Hardcastle
James Prendergast* as Sir Charles Marlow
Tony Roach* as Hastings
John Rothman as Mr. Hardcastle
Justin Salata* as Constance Neville
Richard Thieriot* as Tony Lumpkin

Director:  Scott Alan Evans*
Scenic Design:  Brett Banakis
Costume Design:  Tracy Christensen
Lighting Design:  M.L. Geiger*
Co-Lighting Design:  Cecilia Durbin
Original Music:  David Broome*
Sound Design:  Patrick John Kiernan
Associate Set & Props Design:  Andy Diaz
Production Stage Manager:  Kelly Burns*
Assistant Stage Manager:  Yetti Steinman* 
Production Manager:  Cate DiGirolamo*
Technical Director:  Andre Sguerra

*TACT Company Member

Performance times:
Tuesday –  7:00pm
Wednesday & Thursday – 7:30pm
Friday – 8:00pm
Saturday – 2:00pm & 8:00pm
Sunday – 3:00pm
*Special Matinee Wednesday, November 2nd at 2:00pm
*Sunday, October 16th Performance at 6:00pm

The Clurman Theatre, Theatre Row
410 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036


Sunday, March 13, 2016

Widowers' Houses

Slum landlords. Sub-standard housing. Exorbitant rents. A lot has changed since 1892…
Shaw’s piquantly funny debut play tackles the crisis of conscience of a young man who comes face to face with the choice between his love and his ideals.



March 1 through April 2, 2016
The Beckett Theatre 
Theatre Row 
410 West 42nd Street 
New York, NY 10036


Jeremy Beckas Trench
Hanna Cheek as Waitress/Annie the Parlourmaid
Jonathan Hadley as Cokane
Terry Laymanas Sartorious
Talene Monahon as Blanche
John Plumpisas Lickcheese


Director: David Staller*
Playwright: George Bernard Shaw
Scenic Design: Brian Prather
Costume Design: Barbara A. BellLighting Design: Peter West
Sound Design: Toby Algya
Props Coordinator: Lytza Colon
Production Stage Manager: Kelly Burns*
Assistant Stage Manager: Katie Meade
Presented in Partnership with GINGOLD THEATRICAL GROUP
*TACT Company Member