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OSO at The Southampton Inn Continues Popular
“Dinner and…” Series

April 17, 2009


 

 

Josh Gladstone

Josh Gladstone

 

Joshua Perl

Joshua Perl

 
 

Next up Dinner with the 2 Joshs’ + Kate, Friday, April 17, 2009
from 7:00pm - 9:30pm
 

Up Close and Personal with Three of the East End’s Most Talented
Theater Artists
 

OSO at The Southampton Inn, 91 Hill Street in Southampton continues its popular “Dinner and…” Series featuring a 3 course gourmet dinner and conversations with luminaries in The Hamptons with a very special evening featuring three Hamptonites who have delighted audiences on stages across the East End: Josh Perl founder of The Naked Stages, Josh Gladstone Artistic Director, John Drew Theatre at Guild Hall and Watermill Center Artist in Residence writer/actor/director/choreographer Kate Mueth. The trio will give audiences a brief preview of the upcoming Naked Stages Marathon at Guild Hall; what special events are planned for the 2009 Season and do a short performance in an intimate salon like atmosphere. 

Cocktails begin at 7:00 pm with complimentary light hors d’ oeuvres and will be followed by a three course gourmet dinner created by OSO Executive Chef Bryan Naylor. Just after dessert, the very talented artists will begin their program. Cost for this event is $25* per person, please call for reservations 631.283.6500 x 779 or e-mail to tcotignola@southamptoninn.com.  
To learn about upcoming special events at OSO go to
www.southamptoninn.com .
 

                                          About the Artists

Josh Perl has danced, acted, directed, and written all over the place. A ‘few’ years ago Josh spent six exhilarating and exhausting years touring the world as a choreographer and dancer with The Pilobolus Dance Theatre. He also spent fine, fun summer acting in Titus Andronicus at the Delacorte for the New York Shakespeare Festival’s Public Theatre. As well Josh has had the great good fortune to act locally in plays the “other Josh” has directed, most notably Macbeth, Hamlet, and Picasso at the Lapin Agile.

 

While in Los Angeles getting minor roles in soaps and cable shows, two plays that Josh directed were nominated for the L.A. Press theatre awards. As a writer Josh won two Steinbeck awards, one for his novel Irregular Joe, and one for his play Six Walls.

           

In 2001 Josh founded The Naked Stage, a not for profit (501.c.3) theatre laboratory. The Naked Stage has entertained and enlightened thousands over the past eight years. Many of the plays given staged readings by TNS have gone on to full production, including The Cherry Orchard, Brilliant Traces, and Steve Martin’s Picasso at the Lapin Agile. TNS tackles its biggest challenge yet with its upcoming Theatre Marathon. They, in a co-production with the wonderful Guild Hall, will present twelve different events for the community to enjoy in one weekend, April 24-26.  For more info about The Naked Stage, visit www.thenakedstage.com.  

 

 

JOSH GLADSTONE is the Artistic Director of the John Drew Theater where he produces Guild Hall events throughout the year, including most recently the American Ballet Theatre and Armitage Gone! Dance; Chere Maitre starring Kathleen Chalfant and Harris Yulin; and staged readings of Nora and Delia Ephron’ s Love, Loss and What I Wore starring Linda Lavin and Kathy Najimy; Oleanna starring Wallace Shawn; Time Will Tell starring Cynthia Nixon and Judith Ivey; and The Price with Harris Yulin, Eli Wallach and Alec Baldwin.  He co-produced (with Playwrights’ Theatre of East Hampton) concert stagings of Joe Stein’s Enter Laughing starring Cady Huffman and Eli Wallach; Murray Schisgal’s The Pushcart Peddlers and Regret starring Judd Hirsch, and Estelle Parsons; Shaw’s Don Juan In Hell starring Harris Yulin, Paul Hecht, Edward Asner and Dianne Wiest; co-produced and appeared in a staged reading of Carter Lewis’ Golf With Alan Shepard directed by Dan Lauria and starring Jack Klugman, Charles Durning, Peter Boyle and Len Cariou; and directed Mercedes Ruehl in Murphy Guyer’s Russian Romance.  Other co-producing credits include Yasmina Reza’s ‘ART’ directed by Stephen Hamilton and Leftover Stories To Tell: A Spalding Gray Tribute starring Anne Jackson, Eli Wallach, Hazelle Goodman and Richard Gere.  Additional John Drew producing credits include Robert Wilson’s Persephone; the Long Island premiere of The Exonerated starring Mia Farrow and Billy Dee Williams; Moby Dick Rehearsed by Orson Welles, directed by Tony Walton and starring Peter Boyle; a concert staging of Only A Kingdom starring Dina Merrill and Jo Anne Worley; staged readings of Diane Shaffer’s Viva La Vida starring Mercedes Ruehl and Jeffrey Tambor and The Royal Family directed by Tony Walton starring Ruehl and Marian Seldes; and The Night of 75 Stars in which he appeared in a reading of The Odd Couple with Alec Baldwin and Bob Balaban.  At Guild Hall, Josh has directed and appeared in Picasso at the Lapin Agile, Hamlet, The Cherry Orchard, Julius Caesar, Channeling Angela Everybody, Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, Don’t Dress For Dinner, Dracula, Ghouled Hall and numerous Naked Stage readings.  He served as Executive Producer for Joe Pintauro's What I Did For Love starring Larry Pine and Jenny Lyn Bader's Manhattan Casanova starring Mercedes Ruehl.  Regional credits include directing Brilliant Traces for Skymaker Productions in Sag Harbor; and acting at The Children’s Theatre Company, Minneapolis; The Shakespeare Theatre, Washington, DC; Theater at Monmouth, ME; Classic Theater International, Germany and four seasons as Artistic Director of the Hamptons Shakespeare Festival, which he co-founded in 1996.  For Hamptons Shakespeare Festival, Josh directed, produced and/or appeared in Romeo & Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, As You Like It and The Tempest He and his wife Kate Mueth live in Springs with their son August, who appeared last season in Tom Stoppard’s Coast of Utopia at Lincoln Center Theatre. 

 

Kate Mueth is an Equity Union member who has worked as an actress, director and choreographer in theatre, TV and independent films in Chicago, Boston and NYC. Recent stage work: Germaine in Guild Hall’s production of Steve Martin’s Picasso at the Lapin Agile, portraying Molly Bloom in In the Room With Molly Bloom at the Manhattan Theatre Source in New York City, and at Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center (Residency Fellowship), The "Stage Manager” role in Orson Welles’ Moby Dick Rehearsed starring the late, great Peter Boyle and directed by Academy and Tony award winner Tony Walton, Gertrude in Hamlet, Varya in The Cherry Orchard at the John Drew Theatre, dir: Josh Gladstone, Miss B. in Enter Laughing (with Eli Wallach, directed by Lew Stadlin), Missing Footage by Gen Leroy, The Gleam by Eve Sawyer (reading with Eric Stoltz) dir: Tony Walton, Other favorite roles include Lady M. in Macbeth, Miranda in The Tempest, Medea in Sexodous, May in Mudd, numerous indie flicks and stunt work on All My Children.  For a night honoring the playwright, she directed a fully designed staged reading of Joe Pintauro’s Beside Herself at Guild Hall and has directed play readings for the Neighborhood Playhouse, The Children’s Museum of the East End, Bay Street Theater's YPP program and has appeared in, directed, or choreographed too many performances to count at Guild Hall.  She also is a theatre and movement teaching artist (New York State Council on the Arts, Ross School, and Guild Hall) and voice over artist.  Kate will be reviving her direction of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Abridged this summer as well as staging, in rep, A.R. Gurney's Sylvia at Mulford Farm in East Hampton.  Kate is currently in rehearsals choreographing Wody Girtch Mama, a women's studies dance theater piece showing at The Ross School in spring, 2009.  She is represented by the Ann Wright Agency in New York.    


 
 

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joyce@blacktiemagazine.com

 
 

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