New Podcast! SMALL THINGS by Cary Pepper, with Bobby Steggert and Jack Wetherall

small things

In this week’s podcast, a short play from Cary Pepper about a door-to-door evangelist who is invited into the home of an older man on his last day of service. With Bobby Steggert and Jack Wetherall. Download on iTunesPodbay, Player FM, subscribe to our RSS feed, search ‘Playing on Air’ in your favorite podcasting app – or stream below! [27 minutes, 43 seconds]

Jack Wetherall

Episodes:
HOME RUNSGetting In by Frank Gilroy
OUT LOUD: Small Things by Cary Pepper
A Day For Surprises by John Guare Jack Wetherall

Jack began his professional career as a young actor at the Stratford Festival Theatre of Canada where he rose to be a leading member of the company. Broadway: The Elephant Man (title role). Off-Broadway: the recently acclaimed Hot Lunch Apostles (Rod) and Taylor Mac’s The Walk Across America For Mother Earth (Rainbow Carl) with The Talking Band at La Mama; THe Glass Cage (Malcolm), Mint Theater Tamara; Henry VI (Warwick), Theatre for a New Audience; Swansong (Will Shakespeare), Lucille Lortel’s White Barn Theatre; Bad Women, Talking Band. Stratford Festival Theatre of Canada: Henry V,As You Like It, The Seagull. Regional: The Tempest, North Carolina Shakespeare Festival; Tunney/Shakespeare in Six Rounds and THe Last Days of Mickey and Jean, Merrimack Rep; Willi, Gross Indecency: the Three Trials of Oscar Wilde, The Retreat from Moscow, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park; Heartbreak House, Goodman Theatre; Cyrano de Bergerac, Guthrie Theatre; Pericles, Hartford Stage Company; Twelfth Night, The Rivals, The Old Globe; Romeo and Juliet, Long Wharf Theatre; Macbeth, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Alabama Shakespeare Festival; Richard II, Utah Shakespearean Festival; The Greeks,Williamstown Theatre Festival; The Cherry Orchard, American Conservatory Theater; Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Pittsburgh Public Theater; Democracy. Film: Third Man Out. Television: “Queer as Folk”, “Guiding Light”, “One Life to Live”, “Santa Barbara”, “Ryan’s Hope”. Lear more at: http://www.jackwetherall.com/