There was a great article on www.mlive.com about A Steady Rain. Here’s an excerpt from the article:
Play delivers a deluge of drama in ‘A Steady Rain’ at Actors’ TheatreBy Todd Chance | firstname.lastname@example.org
on January 15, 2013 at 10:25 AM
GRAND RAPIDS, MI –Actors’ Theatre Grand Rapids is bringing another premiere to West Michigan with the debut of ‘A Steady Rain’ on Thursday, Jan. 24.
A story of brotherhood and betrayal, this police drama is a two-man show that has been performed by the likes of Daniel Craig and Hugh Jackman on Broadway.
Two Chicago policemen and friends since childhood, Denny and Joey, answer a routine domestic disturbance call, which turns into something much more frightening. As the name implies, the deluge of complications and conflicts is never-ending from that moment forward. But don’t expect a typical “Law and Order” style drama.
“At its core, it is a cop drama. But the language and the way this play unfolds is very different from what the public is used to seeing on television,” said Jonathan Clausen, director of development at Actors’ Theatre. “There are all sorts of twists and turns with around five parallel stories going on at the same time. Audiences are in for a ride as those stories weave and intersect with each other until they all meet in the conclusion.”
Be sure and head on over to www.mlive.com to read the rest of the article.
Performances Thursday, Jan. 24 through Saturday, Feb. 2
All evening performances begin at 8 p.m.
At Grand Rapids Community College’s Spectrum Theater, 160 Fountain St. NE
Ticket prices begin at $24 for adults and $20 for students/seniors and can be purchased online at atgr.org/a-steady-rain or by calling the Actors’ Theatre box office at (616) 234-3946.