Robert Frost: This Verse Business

By A.M. Dolan

Starring NYPD Blue’s Gordon Clapp

Directed by Gus Kaikkonen

October 5 – 28

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For nearly fifty years, Robert Frost “barded” around the country with his poetry, dry wit, and “promises to keep,” performing some of the greatest verse in the English canon and sharing his “wild surmises” on religion, science, poetic form, whatever was on his mind. Starring Emmy winning and Tony nominated actor Gordon Clapp, This Verse Business not only gives us Frost, the rascally wit of the platform, but also a personal view of Frost at his cabin.

Running Time: Approximately 1 hour 15 minutes.

Advisory: Ages 12 and up.

Please note: Advisories are subject to change as our productions go through the rehearsal process. Each parent and child is different; please use your own discretion when deciding what is right for your family.

Please Note: Robert Frost: This Verse Business runs in conjunction with A Doll’s House

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Robert Frost: This Verse Business
Written by A.M. Dolan
Directed by Gus Kaikkonen++

Creative Team:
Director: Gus Kaikkonen++
Set Designer: Alexander Woodward+
Lighting Designer: Tyler M. Perry+

Cast:
Robert Frost: Gordon Clapp*

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+Member of USA
*Member of AEA

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CLICK HERE FOR THIS VERSE BUSINESS PREVIEW BY VALLEY NEWS: New Hampshire Native Gordon Clapp Was Born to Portray Frost
CLICK HERE FOR THIS VERSE BUSINESS PREVIEW BY DAILY UV: A First: Gordon Clapp in Repertory at Northern Stage
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