1hr. 30min.
Opened Sep 4, 2003
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Legendary screenwriter Dalton Trumbo (Spartacus, Roman Holiday, Exodus) was at the top of his game when, in 1947, he stood up to the House Un-American Activities Committee and was thrown into prison as one of the infamous Hollywood Ten. Though vilified, exiled, and "broke as a bankrupt's bastard," Trumbo refused to be silenced. Trumbo, a new theatre piece by his son Christopher Trumbo, uses his brilliant and funny letters to friends, former friends, fronts, and family to tell the story of a family's survival and one stubborn artist's quest to break the blacklist. Gordon MacDonald is featured as Narrator/Christopher Trumbo, with a rotating cast of actors starring in the role of Dalton Trumbo.

A portion of the ticket proceeds goes to support the efforts of People for the American Way.

Additional casting in the role of Dalton Trumbo

December 9-28: Christopher Lloyd December 29-January 4: Michael Richards January 6-11: Chris Cooper January 13-18: Charles Durning



Sep 4, 2003
Nathan Lane in Trumbo (Photo © Joan Marcus) From 1947, when Dalton Trumbo was blacklisted, until 1960, when actor-producer Kirk Douglas insisted that the Read More

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