Amanda Plummer and Brad Dourif Celebrate Opening Night of Tennessee Williams’ The Two Character Play

Audience members Lee Roy Reams, Jim Brochu, and David Drake rave about the performance.

The road has cleared after a bumpy preview week and Tennessee Williams’ The Two Character Play opened without a hitch. TheaterMania caught up with the accomplished actors to talk about, the play, its star, and how much the cast enjoys working together. This production is the first time Brad Dourif has been on stage in 30 years, 15 for Amanda. The Two Character Play is at New World Stages through September 1st.

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