Thursday, January 20, 2011

SLIDESHOW PREVIEW: *Opus* opens at Interplayers

Posted on Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 2:45 PM

Michael Hollinger's play about the emotional turmoil of a classical string quartet, Opus — one of America's most frequently produced plays last year — arrives in Spokane tonight, continuing at Interplayers through Feb. 5.

In this slideshow of production photos, director Jadd Davis discusses issues of teamwork and professionalism — in other words, why you might be interested in this play even if you're not a fan of classical music — and how actors work at resembling musicians even when they're not.

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