*David Rooney from The Hollywood Reporter – “Nicholson is a quiet revelation in the more contained role of Ivy. For a long time watching and listening without saying much, she eventually makes a move to assert herself and carve out some happiness in the drama’s most affecting strand.”
*Sean Smith from EW – “In her first role in a major film, she wows opposite Meryl Streep as the quiet sister in a histrionic family.”
*Sean O’Connell from CinemaBlend – “Julianne Nicholson deserves a lot of attention for her understated role.”
*Lou Lumenick from the NY Post – “Julianne Nicholson is particularly fine as middle sister Ivy.”
*Michael Phillips from the Chicago Tribune – “shrewd, unaffected work from Julianne Nicholson”
Originally posted on Julianne Nicholson Blog:
Here’s what the press is saying about Julianne Nicholson in “August: Osage County”
Sean Smith from EW – “In her first role in a major film, she wows opposite Meryl Streep as the quiet sister in a histrionic family.”
David Rooney from The Hollywood Reporter – “Nicholson is a quiet revelation in the more contained role of Ivy.”
Sean O’Connell from CinemaBlend – “Julianne Nicholson deserves a lot of attention for her understated role.”
Lou Lumenick from the NY Post – “Julianne Nicholson is particularly fine as middle sister Ivy.”
Michael Phillips from the Chicago Tribune – “shrewd, unaffected work from Julianne Nicholson”
HBO’s Leftovers has cast Chris Zylkaa as the son of Justin Theroux and Amy Brenneman’s characters in the pilot scripted by Damon Lindelof (Prometheus) from the novel by Tom Perrotta, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
Also in the cast of the show executive-produced by Albert Berger, Ron Yerxa and Perrotta, are Liv Tyler, Christopher Eccleston, Ann Dowd, Amanda Mason Warren, Carrie Coon, Margaret Qualley and Frank Harts.
Written by MARIAN FONTANA
Directed by ALEXANDER DINELARIS
With J.J. KANDEL, SHANE PATRICK KEARNS and KENDRA MYLNECHUK
Frustrated with her writing career and her ongoing search for love on the internet, Lee finds herself revealing more than she planned on a date with a quirky actor. Sharing their mutual loneliness, Falling Short reveals the moving, awkward and sometimes hilarious attempts at human connection.
Written by PAUL WEITZ
Directed by BILLY HOPKINS
With ALLISON DAUGHERTY, MICHAEL D. DEMPSEY and ALEX MANETTE
Three old college friends get reacquainted.
PINE CONE MOMENT
Written by ALAN ZWEIBEL
Directed by FRED BERNER
With CAROLINE LAGERFELT, JAMES MURTAUGH, BRIAN REDDY and CAMILLE SAVIOLA
Two elderly people who want to be together must first deal with the voices of their departed spouses before they can move forward with their relationship.
Series A: 7/19 @ 8:15, 7/20 @ 8:15, 7/21 @ 7:15, 7/23 @ 7:15, 7/24 @ 7:15, 7/25 @ 7:15, 7/26 @ 8:15, 8/3 @ 2:15, 8/4 @ 7:15, 8/6 @ 7:15, 8/7 @ 7:15, 8/10 @ 8:15, 8/11 @ 3:15, 8/15 @ 7:15, 8/16 @ 8:15, 8/17 @ 2:15, 8/20 @ 7:15, 8/21 @ 7:15, 8/24 @ 8:15, 8/25 @ 3:15 & 7:15, 8/29 @ 7:15, 8/30 @ 8:15
7/27 @ 8:15, 7/28 @ 7:15, 7/30 @ 7:15, 7/31 @ 7:15, 8/1 @ 7:15, 8/2 @ 8:15, 8/3 @ 8:15, 8/4 @ 3:15, 8/8 @ 7:15, 8/9 @ 8:15, 8/10 @ 2:15, 8/11 @ 7:15, 8/13 @ 7:15, 8/14 @ 7:15, 8/17 @ 8:15, 8/18 @ 3:15 & 7:15, 8/22 @ 7:15, 8/23 @ 8:15, 8/24 @ 2:15, 8/27 @ 7:15, 8/28 @ 7:15, 8/31 @ 2:15 & 8:15.
Tuesday August 20th at 7PM in Fort Greene. It’s being presented by MOCADA as a part of their Soul of Brooklyn Festival. The play is smart, funny, relevant and full of vibrant and familiar characters
The Lee’s Stoop
65 Washington Park, Brooklyn, NY 11205
7:00PM – 8:30PM
Starring Amelia Workman and Pernell Walker (The Butler)
Also, it’s free and open to the public (no tickets needed)! There should be a really interesting seamless sort of organic meta feel in terms of the relationship between audience and performer, which will hopefully get some interesting and healthy conversations started. I’m really excited to explore that dynamic while watching the sun set over Fort Greene Park. I’d love it if you could join me.