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Bill Irwin Clowns on the Streets of NYC, More

Read on for more theatre news you may have missed in today's headlines. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Tony Award nominee Andrew Rannells (Falsettos, The Book of Mormon, Hamilton) has joined the cast of Girls5eva, the new Peacock comedy from Meredith Scardino and Tina Fey. The series stars Tony winner Renée Elise Goldsberry (Hamilton), Tony nominee Sara Bareilles (Waitress), Busy Phillips (Cougar Town), and Paula Pell (Original Cast Album: Co-Op) as a '90s girl band that reunites 20 years later for another shot at fame. Rannells will appear as Kev, the husband to Phillips' character Summer and a former member of boy band Boyz Next Door. The series premieres May 6 on the NBC streaming platform. Watch the trailer here.
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“This Writing Really Calls To Me. It’s Huge in My Life. It Also Just Repels Me.”: Bill Irwin On His Irish Rep Virtual Theater Piece, On Beckett / In Screen

Bill Irwin premiered On Beckett at the Irish Repertory Theatre in 2018. In the piece he explored Samuel Beckett’s writing by performing selections and offering commentary about the impact the Irish author has had on his life. When the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered theaters, the Irish Rep turned to the internet to stream productions online. Recently the Irish Rep repeated its 2020 season in the Theatre @ Home Winter Festival, which is now streaming and extended through March 7, 2021.
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