‘Indian Ink’

Laura Pels Theatre

111 W. 46th St.

(212) 719-1300


Previews start Thursday

Tom Stoppard,

best famous for his Tony-winning plays “The Coast of Utopia” and “The Real Thing,” set “Indian Ink” on dual continents. Rosemary Harris, a nine-time Tony hopeful who won for 1966′s “The Lion in Winter,” leads a cast.

Carey Perloff,

artistic executive of American Conservatory Theater, directs. “Indian Ink,” that has never been constructed in New York before, isn’t a usually Stoppard play that a Roundabout is producing this season. A reconstruction of “The Real Thing,” starring

Ewan McGregor,

Maggie Gyllenhaal


Cynthia Nixon,

starts previews in October.


Movie stars unfortunate for shade time again, in ‘The Money Shot.’
Joan Marcus

‘The Money Shot’

Lucille Lortel Theatre

121 Christopher St.

(866) 811-4111

Previews start Thursday


Neil LaBute,

famous for his comedic, provocative and, some say, reclusive take on a tellurian race, has had substantial success on theatre and in film with such works as “In a Company of Men,” “reasons to be pretty” and “The Shape of Things.” “The Money Shot,” a universe premiere, is about film stars unfortunate for career resuscitation. The expel facilities

Elizabeth Reaser,

Gia Crovatin,

Callie Thorne


Fred Weller.

Terry Kinney,

who destined “reasons to be pretty,” is during a helm.

‘Models Never Talk’

Milk Studios

450 W. 15th St.

(800) 982-2787

Opens Sept. 8


Olivier Saillard,

executive of a Palais Galliera conform museum in Paris, has crafted a opening square starring 7 former models:

Anne Rohart,

Charlotte Flossaut, Axelle Doué,

Christine Bergstrom,

Claudia Huidobro,

Amalia Vairelli


Violeta Sanchez.

The universe premiere prolongation is partial of a French Institute Alliance Francaise’s Crossing a Line Festival.



59 E. 59th St.

(212) 279-4200


Opens Tuesday

Solomon Guggenheim

paid a modernist painter Rudolf Bauer a king’s release for his life’s work, afterwards showed not a singular portrayal when his museum opened.

Lauren Gunderson’s

play, consecrated by a San Francisco Playhouse, explores Mr. Bauer’s disfigured attribute with Mr. Guggenheim, and with curator Hilla Rebay, who was also his lover. The expel facilities

Susi Damilano,

Sherman Howard


Stacy Ross.

Bill English directs.

A stage from ‘Bootycandy,’ a joke created and destined by Robert O’Hara that opens Sept. 10.
Joan Marcus


Playwrights Horizons

416 W. 42nd St.

(212) 279-4200


In previews, opens Sept. 10

Robert O’Hara’s

joke of flourishing adult in America young, gifted, happy and black opens a tumble deteriorate during Playwrights Horizons. Better famous as a executive than a playwright, Mr. O’Hara is doing double avocation with “Bootycandy.” The expel facilities

Phillip James Brannon,

Jessica Frances Dukes,

Jesse Pennington,

Benja Kay Thomas


Lance Coadie Williams.

Clint Ramos,

who worked with Mr. O’Hara on his deliriously designed prolongation of “Wild With Happy,” did a set and costumes.