Mark Ruffalo & More Start Performances in Broadway’s The Price

first_img View Comments Arthur Miller’s The Price Arthur Miller’s The Price is back on Broadway! Stars Mark Ruffalo, Danny DeVito, Tony Shalhoub and Jessica Hecht begin performances at the American Airlines Theatre on February 16. The Terry Kinney-directed revival is set to officially open on March 16 and run through May 7.The Save the Date pick marks Oscar and Tony nominee Ruffalo’s return to the Great White Way after 10 years; Emmy winner Danny DeVito makes his Broadway debut in The Price. Shalhoub most recently starred in the twice-extended off-Broadway production of The Band’s Visit. Hecht last appeared on Broadway in the Tony-nominated revival of Fiddler on the Roof.Set three decades after the Great Depression, The Price follows Victor (Ruffalo) as he returns to his childhood home to sell the remainder of his parents’ estate. Joining him at the house are his wife (Hecht), his estranged brother (Shalhoub) and a scheming furniture dealer (DeVito). With each of their agendas at odds, Victor must challenge his notion of sacrifice. Tony Shalhoub, Mark Ruffalo, Jessica Hecht & Danny DeVito (Photo: Richard Phibbs)center_img Show Closed This production ended its run on May 14, 2017 Related Showslast_img read more

US To Play No Role In Colombia Military Operations: Envoy

first_imgBy Dialogo November 04, 2009 Washington has no plans to take part in military operations in Colombia, the US ambassador insisted in an interview published Sunday, after Bogota granted the United States access to seven military bases for counternarcotics operations. “Never, never, never. We are not going to participate in military operations in Colombia,” said US Ambassador William Brownfield in an interview in the “El Tiempo” newspaper. The deal signed Friday by Brownfield and Colombia’s Foreign Minister Jaime Bermudez during a brief closed-door ceremony in Bogota, has angered leftist South American governments wary of US presence in the region. Brownfield told the Colombian daily, however, that for Washington to play a military role in the country not only would be bad politics, but would contravene US law. The envoy praised Colombia’s army as one of the most “sophisticated” in the region, which, he said has no need of US support. The exact text of the 10-year deal, which Washington says is aimed at boosting cooperation in fighting guerrillas and bolstering anti-drug trafficking efforts, will be disclosed this week, officials said.last_img read more