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Los Angeles Times Review 6-7-09
Very, Very Extraordinary The fascinating Bill Pullman on the creative art of acting Back Stage
Bill Pullman and Julia Stiles exchange fighting words Theater Mania
See clips of 'OLEANNA' on stage. Click here, scroll down on the page to access clips.
A Flawless Interpretation of a Flawed Play: Mark Taper's "Oleanna" Examiner.com
Chris Pine, Chris Noth take in 'Oleanna' at the Taper LATimes
Oleanna Watch scenes, see pictures. See the program. Click tabs on Main page. Oleanna Main Page
Review: Mamet's 'Oleanna' still packs provocative punch Santa Monica Mirror Online
July 3, 2009 OLEANNA Wall Street Journal: He Said, She Did Review
July 4, 2009 Broadway World interviews Bill Pullman . Interview
|Director Doug Hughes rehearsing OLEANNA in New York with Bill Pullman and Julia Stiles.|
Mamet's 'Oleanna' aims for Broadway transfer Article
Bill Pullman starring on the stage Fox News video interview & article
Opening Night Video: OLEANNA
Review: HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
June 25, 2009 His Weird Side: That's Where The Fun Is : Bill Pullman NY Times Interview
Bill Pullman will be a guest on Tavis Smiley's show on PBS, Thursday, July 2, 2009. Check local PBS listings. PBS.org
|Julia Stiles and Bill Pullman in Oleanna. Photos by Craig Schwartz.|
|Bill Pullman and Julia Stiles in "Oleanna" Photos by Craig Schwartz.|
|CAROL. You think that I'm stupid.
JOHN. No. I certainly don't.
CAROL. You said it.
JOHN. No. I did not.
CAROL. You did.
JOHN. No. I never did, or never would say that to a student, and ...
CAROL. You said, "What can that mean?" (Pause) "What can that mean?" (Pause)
JOHN. ... and what did that mean to you...?
--OLEANNA, Act 1 , David Mamet
|JOHN. You're going to make a ... look, look, look, you're going to ...
CAROL I shouldn't have come here. They told me ...
JOHN. One moment. No. No. There are norms, here, and there's no reason. Look: I'm trying to save you ...
CAROL. No one asked you to ... you're trying to save me? Do me the courtesy to ...
JOHN. I am doing you the courtesy. I'm talking straight to you. We can settle this now. And I want you to sit down and ...
CAROL. You must excuse me ... (She starts to leave the room.)
JOHN. Sit down, it seems we each have a..... Wait one moment. Wait one moment ... just do me the courtesy to ... (He restrains her from leaving.)
CAROL. LET ME GO.
---OLEANNA, Act Two. David Mamet