STAGE TUBE: Woody Harrelson Chats BULLET FOR ADOLF on 'Colbert'
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by Stage Tube
Woody Harrelson appeared on last night's 'The Colbert Report' on Comedy Central to discuss his new Off-Broadway play, BULLET FOR ADOLF. During the interview, the actor managed to unbutton his shirt to casually reveal a bit of advertising for the show. Check out the appearance below!
Bullet for Adolf, written by Harrelson and Frankie Hyman opened Off-Broadway on August 8. Directed by Harrelson—Academy Award nominee for The Messenger and The People vs. Larry Flynt—the show began performances on Thursday, July 19, 2012 at New World Stages (340 West 50th Street). The production is scheduled to play through Sunday, September 9, 2012.
The comedy takes place during the summer of 1983, in the sweltering heat of Houston, where an unlikely friendship is formed when a couple of mid-western rubes with uncertain futures meet up with a slick New Yorker on the run from his past. The disappearance of a WWII artifact sets off a chain of events that proves that nothing changes the present like a blast from the past. The characters that populate this hysterical, rapid-fire new comedy by real-life friends Woody Harrelson and Frankie Hyman are based on real people, though the events depicted are fiction and the names have been changed to protect the not-so-innocent.
The creative team includes Dane Laffrey (sets), Kristy Leigh Hall (costumes), Jen Schriever (lights), Brett Jarvis (sound), and Imaginary Media (projections). Bullet for Adolf is being presented by Children at Play.