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Tricia McCauley

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Tricia McCauley

To read some of her friends’ reflections on her life and work, click here and...

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Staged Reading: Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime at the Washington Stage Guild

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Staged Reading: Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime at the Washington Stage Guild

As the final installment of the Washington Stage Guild‘s 30th anniversary reading series – 4 readings of plays produced at the various venues the theatre has inhabited over the decades – we’ll read Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime.  It’s a fun and silly adventure adapted by Bill Largess from the novel by Oscar Wilde. I play three different roles, with three different dialects, and once upon a time (2010) I wore three different wigs … sadly I doubt we’ll have wigs this week!  But in any case it’s...

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Staged Reading: GB Shaw’s Getting Married at the Washington Stage Guild

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Staged Reading: GB Shaw’s Getting Married at the Washington Stage Guild

As part of their 30th anniversary season, the Washington Stage Guild presents a series of pay-what-you-can readings of past productions — one from each of their theatrical homes.  I’m in two of them, along with as many original cast members as possible. This week: GETTING MARRIED by George Bernard Shaw Sunday October 16 at 2:30 pm, at the Undercroft Theatre, 900 Massachusetts Avenue NW. Featuring Conrad Feininger, Nicola Daval, Laura Giannarelli, Nigel Reed, Leo Erickson, Tricia McCauley, Elizabeth McNamara, Nick DePinto, Steven...

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Here’s To Humanity: Audio Description Project

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Here’s To Humanity: Audio Description Project

Lots of times I tell people “I do voiceovers” – which is true on occasion, but mostly what I do in the voicing industry is, technically, Audio Description. The difference might not matter to you; what it means is that I add narrative description into video projects so that the blind or poorly sighted can tell what’s going on onscreen.  There’s no improv — it’s meticulously scripted and timed to fit in between lines of dialogue.  Joel Snyder of Audio Description Associates calls me when he needs a...

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On Approval Extended!

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On Approval Extended!

We’re adding an extra week to the run.  Here are some of the great reviews: “It will be hard not to fall in love with   On Approval, Frederick Lonsdale’s 1927 drawing-room comedy. The play, in which two rich women and two poor men take the then-scandalous step of trying out their prospective matches for a month before considering marriage, is a cheeky good time. Its barbs fly fast and furious, and its wit feels progressive even today. …Battles of the sexes live and die on the strength of their players, and Stage Guild...

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On Approval at the Washington Stage Guild

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On Approval at the Washington Stage Guild

Spring 2015: Playing Maria in Frederick Lonsdale’s 1927 comedy On Approval. At the Washington Stage Guild, directed by Steven Carpenter. With Paul Hope, Dylan Morrison Myers, and Megan Dominy.

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Elling

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Elling

A beautiful, sweet story.  Elling, with James Konicek, Bill Largess, Vincent Clark, and Dylan Morrison Myers, at the Washington Stage Guild.

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Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime

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Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime

Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime, adapted by Bill Largess from Oscar Wilde’s novel.  I played 3 roles (in 3 wigs and 3 dialects) – Lady Jedburgh, Count Rouveloff, and Sibyl (pictured here with James Konicek as Lord Arthur).

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Too True To Be Good

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Too True To Be Good

Shaw at the Washington Stage Guild.  As The Patient, with Bill Hamlin, Tony Gudell, Laura Giannarelli, Brian McMonagle, and more. Directed by John MacDonald.

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A Dream Play

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A Dream Play

Strindberg’s A Dream Play with Open Theatre, as Indra’s Daughter. Directed by Joe Martin.

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