(from Broadway World)
Stage Left Studio’s Left Out Festival will celebrate its fifth year from April 14 to April 25, with fourteen performances selected by producers Cheryl King and Joe Hutcheson. The Festival includes three premieres, three popular favorites, and selected shorts from upcoming new works and current offerings at Stage Left Studio. The festival highlights gay and lesbian theatre artists while benefiting Bailey House.
This year’s festival features Tom Gualtieri and Heather Hill’s THAT PLAY: A Solo Macbeth, a wild and frightening 90-minute adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Hill directs Gualtieri as he inhabits 19 characters including Macbeth and his infamous Lady, 3 weird sisters, 4 terrifying apparitions and a slew of Scottish Lords and Ladies. This play was lauded by Bruce Weber of The New York Times as “highly entertaining, especially creepy, and great fun.” Show dates are Sat, April 14 at 2 pm; Tues, April 17; and Fri, April 20 at 7:30 pm. Original Music & Sound was written and designed Erin Hill . . .