— Keary Hanan Marcum (@kearyhanan) September 26, 2016
We’re seen her pictures, here‘s her story.
Milk Studios, LA. Here‘s their website if you want to see the space. Very modern / futuristic!
Thanks to Veloce for transferring this. I guess I’m going to have to get yet another platform account.
Theater professionals seeing or planning to see Love, Love, Love! Sayet is a theater director and academic (focusing on contemporary plays and especially themes that have to do with women and Native Americans) and Howard Sherman is an “arts advocate” — he works closely with a number of theater initiatives, including a free speech initiative at the New School (which non-academics might be familiar with as one of the backdrops of the original Project Runway episodes, and writes from New York for The Stage, a centrally important UK theater publication. (I wonder if he’ll be reviewing Love, Love, Love for them?) I know it’s not an entirely popular thing to say, but I hope this sort of comment will mean the beginning of more theater work for Richard Armitage in NYC.
— Madeline Sayet (@MadelineSayet) September 26, 2016
— Howard Sherman (@HESherman) September 26, 2016
So, I was thinking, no place listed for the Berlin Station premiere, but I could go looking around. Like, I could see if there’s a pattern to where EPIX has held its big public events in Los Angeles, and if anything is scheduled at those places on Thursday. So far, there doesn’t seem to be — I’ve found events at the Theatre at Ace Hotel Downtown (the Katy Perry premiere), the Billy Wilder Theater (the “America Divided” documentary premiere), and the Samuel Goldwyn Theater, where they hold the Oscars (the “Under the Gun” documentary premiere). None of these have events listed for Thursday night, either, though.
Honestly. I’m annoying myself at the moment.
Here. Discusses casting and scriptwriting but does not explain how Richard Armitage became attached to the project.