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Jun 6th, 2010
Rope

Scarlett’s been a bit busy this days attending several events all of them theatre-related. Sorry for the lack of updates, but better late than never! Here you’ve got some new additions. Scarlett at the Drama League Awards celebrated on May 21st (wearing a Zac Posen dress), and at the Drama Desk Awards on May 23rd (looking gorgeous in that Dolce & Gabbana dress). Enjoy!

GALLERY LINKS:
– Public Events 2010 > Drama League Awards
– Public Events 2010 > Drama Desk Awards

Dec 23rd, 2009
Lisa

According to Broadway World, Scarlett’s Broadway play A View From the Bridge will begin previews on December 28th.  The play opens officially on January 14th for a fourteen week run.

In A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE, Miller’s most passionate drama, Schreiber plays Eddie Carbone, a Brooklyn longshoreman obsessed with his 17-year-old niece Catherine, played by Scarlett Johansson. When Catherine falls in love with a newly arrived immigrant, Eddie’s jealousy erupts in a rage that consumes him, his family, and his world.

Tickets are available through Telecharge.com, by phone at 212-239-6200, or 800-432-7250, online at www.Telecharge.com.

Dec 16th, 2009
Lisa

Scarlett is featured on the cover of this week’s issue of Time Out New York.  I don’t have access to this where I live so if there is anyone willing to donate scans, we’d greatly appreciate it.  A preview of the cover and interview are below.
TimeOut

Scarlett, a lot of movie actors who try theater get destroyed by critics. Are you concerned about being raked over the coals?
Johansson: The only thing that worries me about that is that I wouldn’t have the opportunity to work again. I’ve been praised, criticized and dragged through the dirt for 17 years. It would be heartbreaking, but what else can I do? Not go there?
Schreiber: That is really the heart of it. Once you get past all the hurt feelings and the ego, the truth is you just want to keep working.
Johansson: What else do we have? What, would we open a bakery? [Laughs]
Schreiber: It’s like the silly actor games: If you’re not prepared to make a complete jackass of yourself, in front of not only the audience but also the actors, then you’re not worth the money they paid to get into the theater.

SOURCE

Dec 9th, 2009
Rope

Earlier today, Scarlett, Liev Schreiber and the rest of the cast of the Broadway play A View From The Bridge attended a photocall and a meet and greet with the press held at Etcetera Etcetera Restaurant in NYC. Scarlett was glowing, so beautiful, natural, young and fresh. First photos in MQ and HQ have been added to the gallery, enjoy!

GALLERY LINKS:
– Public Events: 2009 > A View From The Bridge Photocall

Dec 4th, 2009
Lisa

Found a brief article discussing the rehearsal schedule and show dates for Scarlett’s upcoming appearance in the Broadway revival of ‘A View From the Bridge’.

A View From the Bridge, a revival of Arthur Miller’s 1955 play about a longshoreman and his family. Liev Schreiber and Scarlett Johansson will star, and Gregory Mosher will direct. Rehearsals begin Nov. 19. Previews begin Dec. 28 at the Cort Theatre, 138 W. 48th St., NYC. Opens Jan. 24, 2010, for a limited run through April 4.

Oct 28th, 2009
Riikka

Liev Schreiber and Scarlett Johansson will topline a Broadway revival of Arthur Miller drama A View From the Bridge, bowing at the Cort Theater later this season.

Johansson, who recently wrapped production on Iron Man 2, makes her Rialto debut in the role. Schreiber was last on Broadway in the 2007 revival of Talk Radio and won a Tony for Glengarry Glen Ross in 2005.

Gregory Mosher, the director and producer who is also the director of the Arts Initiative at Columbia U., helms. His most recent Broadway directing credit was a 1992 staging of A Streetcar Named Desire starring Jessica Lange and Alec Baldwin.

Mar 14th, 2007
Riikka

According to New York Post, Scarlett is in the running to play Nellie Forbush in a revival of South Pacific at Lincoln Center.

Lincoln Center and director Bartlett Sher, who staged the theater’s Tony Award-winning musical The Light in the Piazza last year, have already begun drawing up plans for the January 2008 production.

Reese Witherspoon and Kelli O’Hara (The Pajama Game) are also on Lincoln Center’s wish list. But Johansson is known to be a huge fan of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein, and her agents have been telling theater producers that she’d love to star in a Broadway show.

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