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Dan Butler got the call on a Wednesday. By Sunday, with only a few days to rehearse, he was onstage playing Truman Capote in the first performance of a world premiere, “WARHOLCAPOTE,” at American Repertory Theater.
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With WARHOLCAPOTE, an unprecedented look at Warhol’s Marilyn portfolio, plus a series of fascinating post-production conversations.
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Adaptor Rob Roth stops by to discuss “WARHOLCAPOTE,” a new play he’s adapted for the American Repertory Theater.
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It’s fun to imagine the kind of Broadway play two eccentric giants of American art and literature might conjure up. A lot of people are surprised to learn Andy Warhol and Truman Capote even attempted it. Or that they were close friends. But they did. And they were.
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Dan Butler joined the cast of the American Repertory Theater’s production of “WARHOLCAPOTE” on very short notice.
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Adaptor Rob Roth notes that "...there came a point where I realized that I owe something to Andy Warhol and Truman Capote. They wanted to do this, but they didn’t get to finish it. Now I unearthed it, so I’m going to finish it for them."
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Both Warhol and Capote were openly gay back in the days when being out of the closet was verboten. And both were participants in conversations that Warhol tape recorded, evidently with the purpose of one day turning the tapes into a play about the two of them making tapes to turn their recorded conversations into a play.
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American Repertory Theater's "WARHOLCAPOTE" explores the friendship between gay icons
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We spoke with award-winning director Rob Roth ahead of his world premiere of Warhol Capote.
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Harvard sophomore in ‘Burn All Night’ doesn’t have to choose.
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