Ed Schmidt has Play at Chicago’s Lookingglass Theatre
Ed is pleased to announce one of his plays, Mr. Rickey Calls a Meeting, is being produced by Chicago’s Lookingglass Theatre, which won the 2011 Regional Theater Tony Award. Performances begin 4 January 2012. More information can be found at http://lookingglasstheatre.org/content//box_office/mr_rickey_calls_a_meeting.
Ed Schmidt has More Coverage in the “New York Times...
The New York Times wrote about "My Last Play" yet again, this time for the ArtsBeat blog. Ed's play wrapped with a final performance on 3 October 2011, and the article recaps the play's run and what plans are next in store for Ed. Read the article at http://artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/10/07/my-last-play-is-one-for-the-books/.
Ed Schmidt has Final Performances of “My Last PlayR...
There are only five performances left of Ed Schmidt's "My Last Play." Tickets are available from Wednesday, 28 September to 3 October 2011 (no Sunday performance). For tickets and more information, visit http://powerhousearena.com/newsletters/110928/index.html
Ed Schmidt Review in the “New Yorker”
Ed Schmidt Receives “New York Times” Coverage of...
Congratulations to Ed Schmidt, whose current theatrical production, My Last Play, received coverage on the front page of "The Arts" section of the New York Times on Friday, 10 December 2010. The online edition of the article may be found here: https://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/10/theater/10schmidt.html?_r=1&ref=theater
Ed Schmidt Performs “My Last Play”
"I would like to invite you to my next (and last) play. It's called My Last Play, and I will perform it in my book-lined Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, apartment for twelve people a night. After thirty-two years of playwriting, at the age of forty-eight, I am walking away from the theater and, in the process, giving away all of my 2000+ theater books. One book at a time. At the end of the evening, each audience member will leave with any book from the shelves. Twelve books each night, until the shelves are empty.
"Performances begin November 11, 2010. Tickets are $20 through December 11, $25 after that. Tickets will go fast. (I know that's what everybody says, but trust me on this one.) To book tickets, or for more information about My Last Play, visit www.mylastplay.net. To read more about my less-than-stellar career, click here."