Show Closed This production ended its run on Dec. 13, 2015 Fool For Love Related Shows View Comments Manhattan Theatre Club has two new productions on the horizon: the Broadway debut of Sam Shepard’s 1982 play Fool for Love, starring Tony winner Nina Arianda and Sam Rockwell (reprising their roles from the summer’s Williamstown Theatre Festival production), and a new comedy from Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Lindsay-Abaire.Fool for Love, directed by Daniel Aukin, explores the tangled relationship of two former lovers in a seedy motel on the edge of the Mojave Desert. It will begin performances at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre on September 15 with opening night set for October 8.Arianda won a Tony Award for her performance in MTC’s Venus in Fur was nominated for Born YesterdayTales from Red Vienna off-Broadway. Her film and TV credits include The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, Midnight in Paris, Tower Heist, Win Win, Higher Ground, 30 Rock and The Good Wife. Rockwell appeared on Broadway in A Behanding in Spokane. He appeared off-Broadway in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Goose-Pimples and Face Divided. His film credits include Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, The Green Mile, Frost/Nixon, Iron Man 2, Cowboys & Aliens and the upcoming Poltergeist.Lindsay-Abaire’s Ripcord, directed by David Hyde Pierce and starring Tony winner Mary-Louise Wilson and Marylouise Burke, will begin performances at New York City Center – Stage I on September 29 and open on October 20.The comedy is set in the Bristol Place Assisted Living Facility, where a cantankerous resident (Wilson) is forced to share her quarters with an overly chipper new arrival (Burke).Wilson won a Tony Award for Grey Gardens and was nominated for the last revival of Cabaret. Her other stage credits include 4,000 Miles, Full Gallop, Love, Loss, and What I Wore, Bosoms and Neglect and The Beard of Avon. Burke appeared in Lindsay–Abaire’s Fuddy Meers, Wonder of the World and Kimberly Akimbo. Her Broadway credits include Into the Woods, Is He Dead? and the upcoming Fish in the Dark.Additional casting for both shows will be announced in the coming weeks.
Harmony estate in Palmview on the Sunshine Coast is in hot demand as the coastal land market continues to power on.BUYERS are on the hunt for affordable land options with Palmview’s largest masterplanned community fast-tracking its next release to meet demand.AVID Property Group Queensland general manger Bruce Harper said they had just released an extra 91 land lots at Harmony, to meet demand for the sought-after lots.The $3 billion project is set on 378ha and will deliver more than 4,800 homes for 12,000 future residents.“Residential property demand is surging in the region and as prices continue to rise, buyers are increasingly looking for affordable land options,” Mr Harper said.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home5 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor5 hours ago“With new land lots starting from $218,400, the masterplanned community is catering to a wide range of buyers and delivering affordable land lots in the heart of the Sunshine Coast.“Its proximity to established amenities — including the University of the Sunshine Coast, the new Kawana healthcare precinct, shopping precincts at Sippy Downs and Kawana, and the Sunshine Coast University Hospital — make it an attractive option for buyers.”Median land prices on the Sunshine Coast rose by almost 5 per cent from 2015 to 2016, with the demand for affordable land options continuing to grow.“As one of Australia’s premier lifestyle destinations, there’s no wonder buyers are flocking to the area with its pristine beaches and beautiful hinterland right at your doorstep,” Mr Harper said. “A number of major infrastructure projects currently underway are also contributing to the job growth and economic development in the region.”Harmony has achieved a significant number of milestones since its official launch last year including becoming the first ‘6 Leaf’ EnviroDevelopment masterplanned community to be certified in South East Queensland by the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA).