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The Actor Retires

By: Bruce Norris
Narrated by: D. W. Moffett,Bruce Norris,Lucy Childs,Christopher Donahue,Kevin Hurley,Amy Morton,Susan Nussbaum,William Peterson
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This is a hilarious comedy in which an actor decides to end his career, throw out his résumés and become a furniture maker. Featuring a full-cast performance with D. W. Moffett, Bruce Norris, Lucy Childs, Christopher Donahue, Kevin Hurley, Amy Morton, Susan Nussbaum, and William Peterson.

(P)1994 L.A. Theatre Works; All Rights Reserved

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Breezy fun for theater-lovers.

An Actor Retires is great fun for anyone who knows people in the theater. The angst an actor puts himself through is shown in several hilarious vignettes. All the acting in this work is first-rate, and the leading man is superbly funny. My only quibble is that this is really an one-act play, so it goes by very quickly.

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ANYONE IN THE ARTS WILL LOVE THIS PLAY

Absolute perfection!!! I adore this play! Anyone who is in the arts will be able fo relate—just, spot on perfect satire captures the heartache, the vulnerability with such biting, aching truth! I cannot give this play enough stars!!!