This edition: On "Venus in Fur" and "Carrie"Tweet
Original tape date: February 24, 2012.
First aired: April 7, 2012.
Actors Nina Arianda and Hugh Dancy discuss their roles in David Ives' play "Venus in Fur." They talk about working with director Walter Bobbie to stage this drama, which was inspired by the 19th-century novel, Venus in Furs, by Leopold von Sacher-Mason.
Also, a conversation with composer Michael Gore and librettist Lawrence D. Cohen, creators of the notorious musical "Carrie," another show based on a classic novel, in this case by Stephen King. Joining them is 3-time-Tony nominee Marin Mazzie, star of the current Off-Broadway revival of the show.
Nina Arianda Actor, “Venus in Fur”
Lawrence D. Cohen Librettist, “Carrie”
Hugh Dancy Actor, “Venus in Fur”
Michael Gore Composer, “Carrie”
Marin Mazzie Actress, “Carrie”
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