Cate Blanchett is no stranger to the stage, just the Broadway stage. Yes, you read that right. The highly acclaimed stage and screen star has yet appear as a performer on Broadway. That is until now. Cate Blanchett is finally making her long waiting debut alongside Richard Roxburgh in 'The Present'. So what is The Present you ask? Written by Cate Blanchett’s very own husband, acclaimed playwright Andrew Upton, 'The Present' is based on Anton Chekhov's first play, which while technically untitled is often called 'Platonov.' Originating in Blanchett's native Australia and first performed at The Sydney Theater Company, 'The Present' is making its way on over to the Big Apple this fall/winter.
Earlier this year, theater critic Terry Teachout of The Wall Street Journal called the American Players Theatre of Spring Green, Wis., the best classical theater in America. The company recently added the final touches to its upcoming 2015 season, adding a final play, Edward Albee's 'Seascape.'
Three Day Hangover presents Drunkle Vanya, a boozy take on Anton Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya adapted and directed by Lori Wolter Hudson at The Gin Mill this September.