Keith ‘n’ Keala at New Dramatists.
I like how her tattoo blends in nicely with her dress.
Keith with Keala Settle at the Drama Desk Awards yesterday.
Well, this is the first teaser poster.
…I like the way the title’s written, but the image seems kind of “not terribly good fanart”.
For three actors, the Tony Award nomination announcement last week was somewhat bittersweet.
Sweet, because they’d each gotten a prestigious nod. Bitter, because their shows were long gone.
“It’s frustrating to all of us,” said Keith Carradine, nominated for best performance by an actor in a featured role in a musical for “Hands on a Hardbody,” which closed faster than any other new musical this season.
His show, based on a cult documentary about an endurance contest at a Texas car dealership, had a book by Pulitzer Prize-winner Doug Wright and songs by Phish lead singer Trey Anastasio and stage veteran Amanda Green.
But despite that exciting pedigree, the musical lasted only 56 performances, although it earned three Tony nominations, including one for best original score.
“The bottom line is: We had the life that we had. It was an exquisite, bright, brief existence,” said Carradine. “I felt as though we did everything right creatively. It’s just the marketplace is so unfathomable.”[x]
Keith at the Drama Desk reception yesterday with the Hardbody gang.
2013 Tony Nominations || Featured Actor in a Musical
Keith Carradine » Hands on a Hardbody