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Turn of the Screw



Nov 2 - Nov 10, 2013
The New Hazlett Theatre Center for Performing Arts

Performances are typically 2 hours long.

Showtimes: Friday & Saturday @ 8:00 PM
Sunday @ 2:30 PM

 

“A total theatrical experience, a challenge for the imagination.”


Turn of the Screw

Turn of the Screw

Adapted by Jeffery Hatcher, from the novella by Henry James
Directed by Joe Warik

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Joe Warik is a professional actor/director with over 200 credits from Broadway and many other venues across the country. He directed A Place Without Mornings Off-Broadway and at the American Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford, CT starring Diane Wiest. He directed 5 plays for the Caldwell Theatre in Boca Raton: Lunch Hour, Bedroom Farce, The Hasty Heart, the World Premier of Suite Surrender, and Lend Me A Tenor, which won a Carbonell Award (Florida's Tonys). He was the founding artistic director of the Oldcastle Theatre Company in Bennington, VT where he directed 10 productions including Noises Off. Other theatres include the Barter: Offstage Voices (LORT Premier), Totem Pole Playhouse, and locally: The Theatre Factory, Open Stage: Black Comedy, South Park Theatre: Vanities, The Last Romance, the Pittsburgh Premier of Suite Surrender, and Stage 62: Leading Ladies. He has a BFA from CMU and began directing while earning an MFA at the U. of Minnesota. While a member of the acting company at the Guthrie Theatre he assisted Sir Tyrone Guthrie on The House of Atreus. As an actor his Broadway credits include Cat 0n a Hot Tin Roof with Kathleen Turner, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? with Colleen Dewhurst, The Misanthrope with Diana Rigg, Sherlock Holmes with the National Theatre of Great Britain, and Othello with Moses Gunn. He made his professional debut with Katharine Hepburn in Antony & Cleopatra at Stratford where he played Varrius (various attendants that is). With that company he went on to tour nationally with Bert Lahr in A Midsummer Night's Dream. Locally he's acted in four plays at the Public including Much Ado About Nothing, PICT, St. Vincent Theatre, Quantum, Jewish Theatre: The Price, Playhouse Rep, West Viriginia Public: Our Town, and Open Stage, where he received critical acclaim for his performance as Richard Burton in the one-man play, Burton. He won his first Toni when he married her.