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Blood From a Stone - Off-Broadway

The New Group presents Tom Nohilly's darkly comic play about a troubled working-class family.

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Getting Blood From a Stone in a Video Preview With the Cast

Getting Blood From a Stone in a Video Preview With the Cast

The dysfunctional family drama is a hallmark of American theater, and the latest exploration of this familiar theme, off-Broadway offering Blood From a Stone, is coming out swinging. The debut work of playwright Tommy Nohilly stars Ethan Hawke as Travis, who returns to his working class childhood home in New Britain, CT, and finds his family spiraling towards a violent ...

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Blood From a Stone, Starring Ethan Hawke, Extends Off-Broadway

Blood From a Stone, Starring Ethan Hawke, Extends Off-Broadway

The New Group’s production of Blood From a Stone, starring Ethan Hawke, has extended its off-Broadway run. The new play by Tommy Nohilly, which was scheduled to close on February 5, will now run through February 19.

An unflinching and darkly comic depiction of life in blue collar Connecticut, Blood From a Stone zeroes in on a working class ...

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Ethan Hawke and Co. Celebrate Blood From a Stone Off-Broadway

Ethan Hawke and Co. Celebrate Blood From a Stone Off-Broadway
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The working class landscape of gritty family drama Blood From a Stone may be a bleak place, but the opening celebration of The New Group production was a different story. On January 6 the show’s cast, led by stage and screen star Ethan Hawke, was joined by fans and friends to celebrate this unflinchingly dark dramedy by first-time playwright ...

Show People: Rent Diva Daphne Rubin-Vega on Her Stage & Film Successes and New Off-Broadway Role

Show People: Rent Diva Daphne Rubin-Vega on Her Stage & Film Successes and New Off-Broadway Role

Although Daphne Rubin-Vega has built an impressive career since starring as wounded diva Mimi in the original cast of Rent, the Manhattan Latina is busier than ever these days. Currently appearing opposite Ethan Hawke in the gritty off-Broadway family drama Blood from a Stone, Rubin-Vega is also prepping an upcoming stint in Love, Loss and What I Wore as well ...

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Squigs Inks Up to Draw Blood From a Stone

 Squigs Inks Up to Draw Blood From a Stone

In the new off-Broadway drama Blood From a Stone, prodigal son Travis returns to his working class childhood home only to find his family spiraling towards a violent implosion. Broadway.com resident artist Justin ‘Squigs’ Robertson had his work cut out for him when he set out to capture this intense family dynamic, as Travis (Ethan Hawke) lends a supportive ...

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Marine-Turned-Blood From a Stone Scribe Tommy Nohilly on His Unlikely Path to Playwriting

Marine-Turned-Blood From a Stone Scribe Tommy Nohilly on His Unlikely Path to Playwriting

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Tommy Nohilly, an actor and former Marine who counts waiter, bouncer, bartender and security guard among his previous jobs, is adding another notch to his vocational belt. The fledgling playwright is making his professional debut with the blue collar drama Blood From a Stone, a raw and violent portrait of a working-class Connecticut family and the son ...

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What’s Up, Natasha Lyonne? The Blood From a Stone Star Opens Up on Surviving Her Own Career

What’s Up, Natasha Lyonne? The Blood From a Stone Star Opens Up on Surviving Her Own Career

Natasha Lyonne's career path has been anything but straight and narrow. The indie film darling burst onto the scene in 1998’s Slums of Beverly Hills, paid her mainstream dues in American Pie, and famously hit rock bottom several years ago with a period involving stays in jail, the hospital and rehab. Now 31, Lyonne is on the off-Broadway ...

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Blood From a Stone, Starring Ethan Hawke, Shifts Opening Night

Blood From a Stone, Starring Ethan Hawke, Shifts Opening Night

The New Group’s off-Broadway production of Blood From a Stone, starring Ethan Hawke, has rescheduled its opening night to January 12, 2011. Tommy Nohilly's new play play was scheduled to open on January 6, having begun previews on December 13. The reason for the shift, according to director Scott Elliot, is to allow time to incorporate changes made ...

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Marisa Tomei, Ethan Hawke and Daphne Rubin-Vega Set for New Group 2010-11 Season

Marisa Tomei, Ethan Hawke and Daphne Rubin-Vega Set for New Group 2010-11 Season

Marisa Tomei, Ethan Hawke, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Natasha Lyonne and Becky Ann Baker are among the stars who will join The New Group's previously announced 2010-11 season, which includes plays from Wallace Shawn, Tommy Nohilly and Moises Kaufman.

The season kicks off on December 13 with Nohilly's Blood From a Stone starring Hawke as Travis, Rubin-Vega as Yvette, Lyonne ...

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