Drunk Enough To Say I Love You? at the Public's Newman Theater
The Public Theater in association with the Royal Court Theatre presents the US premiere of Caryl Churchill's Drunk Enough To Say I Love You?, opening at the Public's Newman Theater on 16 Mar 2008, following previews from 5 Mar and running through to 6 Apr 2008.
Drunk Enough To Say I Love You?: Jack would do anything for Sam. Sam would do anything. About a gay dysfuntional relationship that acts as a metaphor to examine Britian's (Union 'Jack') submissive relationship to America's (Uncle Sam) foreign policy.
The play had its world premiere at London's Royal Court Theatre were it played from 10 Nov - 22 Dec 2006 and was directed by James Macdonald, who will helm the New York production.
The US premiere production of Drunk Enough To Say I Love You? features Scott Cohen (Sam) and Samuel West (Jack).
ï¿½Caryl Churchill is one of the greatest playwrights we have, and Drunk Enough To Say I Love You? is brilliant, surprising, experimental, political and deep,ï¿½ said Public Theater Artistic Director Oskar Eustis. ï¿½Her work combines a fiercely individual artistic voice with a passionate commitment to engaging the wider world and its most vexing issues. I am delighted to welcome her back to her long-time New York home, The Public Theater.ï¿½
Drunk Enough To Say I Love You? is the sixth Churchill play to have its U.S. premiere at the Public, following the successes of 'Top Girls,' 'Fen,' 'Serious Money,' and 'Ice Cream With Hot Fudge.' Churchillï¿½s last play at the Public, 'The Skriker,' was performed in 1996 and featured Jayne Atkinson and Philip Seymour Hoffman.
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