Paulisms ~ June 4, 2016

June 4, 2016

Saturday’s Edition of Paulisms ~ June 4, 2016   “After being on a TV show for seven years, you forget what it’s like on stage. Growing up, I did theatre in school constantly and then I did scene studying in New York. I learned how to act on the stage and I haven’t explored the theatrical scene in some time.” – Paul Wesley. #paulwesley #paulisms #june42016 #paulwesleyquote #saturdayseditionofpaulisms #calincamo

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Paulisms ~ June 1, 2016

June 1, 2016

Wednesday’s Edition of Paulisms ~ June 1, 2016 “You don’t rehearse as much in TV and in film work. You read the script and if you’re lucky, you have a day of rehearsal for a film. In TV, you don’t get any rehearsal. In theater, it’s not about getting a ‘take’ and nailing the ‘take.’ It’s about making the character live for five weeks on stage. You get to explore things inside…

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Theatre’s Leiter Side Review of Cal In Camo

May 27, 2016

Theatre’s Leiter Side Review of Cal in Camo   William Francis Hoffman’s Cal in Camo, being given its world premiere at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater in a joint production with Colt Coeur, is a well-acted, naturalistic, emotionally taut, kitchen-sink drama peppered with ambiguity. It has lots of beer, a rare rifle, marital dysfunction, sibling tensions, postpartum depression, partial nudity, a deer, and a raging storm, not to mention a giant…

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Curtain Up Review of Cal in Camo

May 27, 2016

Curtain Up Review of Cal In Camo   The premiere of the family drama Cal in Camo, by William Francis Hoffman, is the result of a new collaboration between West Village institution Rattlestick Playwrights Theater—a specialist in heady, challenging theater by emerging artists—and the younger company Colt Coeur. This latter company has built a reputation over the last few years presenting emotionally charged plays, such as 2014’s Dry Land, which…

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Time Out Review of Cal In Camo

May 27, 2016

Time Out Review of Cal In Camo Play Cal in Camo: Theater review by Helen Shaw Adrienne Campbell-Holt’s company, Colt Coeur, is known for shows about the young, whether twentysomething lovers (Fish Eye) or high school heroes (Dry Land). But William Francis Hoffman’s powerful, too-brief Cal in Camo is ruthlessly grown-up. It consists almost entirely of screaming fights about loss, failure and responsibility. Adulthood at last. We meet Cal (Katya Campbell)…

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Cal In Camo Interviews

May 27, 2016

Interviews from the cast, writer and director of Cal in Camo. #paulwesley #calincamo #davidharbour #katyacampbell #williamhoffman #adriennecampbellholt #coltcoeur #rattlestickplaywrightstheater #nycplay    

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NY Times Review of Cal In Camo

May 27, 2016

Cal In Camo Review From The New York Times. Source #paulwesley #calincamo #newyorktimes #davidharbour #katyacampbell #adriennecampbellholt #williamhoffman #coltcoeur #rattlestickplaywrightstheater  

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Paulisms ~ May 20, 2016

May 20, 2016

Friday’s Edition of Paulisms ~ May 20, 2016 Today’s Paulisms is in honor of Paul’s opening night of his play. “I hope my performance in the first show is different than in the fifth show. I want to grow in the way I see the character and the nuances of the performance.” – Paul Wesley. #paulwesley #may202016 #paulisms #paulwesleyquote #fridayseditionofpaulisms #calincamo #rattlestickplaywrightstheater #coltcoeur #bleep  

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