Come one, come all, see Mark Rylance and friends in Homestead! Should you not know who Mark Rylance is: British-born and American raised, Mark Rylance is the world's foremost Shakespearian actor. He was the artistic director of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London from 1995 to 2005. His lengthy stage credits include two best actor Oliver awards in Britain and three Tony Awards for best actor on Broadway. In 2016, Rylance won the Academy Award and the BAFTA for best supporting actor for his portrayal of Rudolph Able in Stephen Spielberg's Bridge of Spies. In 2015, Rylance appeared on TV as Thomas Cromwell in the BBC miniseries Wolf Hall, for which he received Emmy and Golden Globe nominations . . . and more. You don't want to miss this opportunity. Tickets now available: $20 to $50.
July 6, 2017, at the Homestead Carnegie Music Hall
MARK RYLANCE & FRIENDS: SHAKESPEARE and THE 1892 BATTLE OF HOMESTEAD
Actor-activist--playwright Mark Rylance comes back to Pittsburgh to perform some of his favorite speeches from Shakespeare, as well as revisiting resonant words, characters, songs and situations leading up to the 1892 battle, joining with his co-writer Peter Reder, local actors and musicians.
Join the Battle of Homestead Foundation on this important day, July 6, 2017, as we commemorate the Battle that took place 125 years ago at the Historic Pump House, on the shores of the Monongahela River.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 30 7:00 PM. MEET. GREET. COMMEMORATE. WITH ACTOR-ACTIVIST-PLAYWRIGHT MARK RYLANCE.
The Meet. Greet. Commemorate event with Rylance as guest of honor, features light fare, drinks, and music led by local musician Jason Kendall at the historic Bost Building (the 1892 workers' union headquarters), 623 East Avenue, Munhall, PA 15120. Rylance will meet guests, who can also tour the steelmaking exhibits and artifacts at the Bost. Silent Auction and ticket revenues go to the non-profit Battle of Homestead Foundation, to continue to preserve and share this dramatic history with future generations and bring interested visitors to this area.
TICKETS: $150. Click Here
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