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Beth Henley's 'The Jacksonian' takes a expel South

Playwright Beth Henley’s latest work “The Jacksonian,” debuting in a universe premier in Los Angeles, is positively Southern, though it is anything though comfortable. This 90-minute, part-David Lynch, part-Flannery O’Connor cut of Southern medieval is a sign of a concurrently dim and mostly waggish brew of confusion, rage, and only plain oddity that noted Henley in her Pulitzer Prize-winning “Crimes of a Heart.” 

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Article source: http://www.csmonitor.com/The-Culture/Culture-Cafe/2012/0221/Beth-Henley-s-The-Jacksonian-takes-the-cast-South

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In ‘The Jacksonian,’ Beth Henley Confronts Violence

SOME essential sum evade her, though what Beth Henley remembers clearly about a aroused genocide of Kathy Ainsworth, her sister’s fifth-grade teacher, is a brief shorts.

“She was with a K.K.K., though we don’t know who shot her or why,” Ms. Henley removed in a new talk during Geffen Playhouse here, where her new play, “The Jacksonian,” opens subsequent month. “I only know that it was adult on my sister’s circular house — a news news that her clergyman had been shot in prohibited pants.”

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Beth Henley’s Eerie ‘Jacksonian’ Will Star Bill Pullman, Ed Harris, Amy Madigan, Glenne Headly in L.A.

The Jacksonian, Beth Henley’s new play set in a decrepit motel in Mississippi, MS, circa 1964, will be populated with Ed Harris, Bill Pullman, Amy Madigan and Glenne Headly, Geffen Playhouse announced.

The world-premiere production, destined by Robert Falls, will open Feb. 8, 2012, in Los Angeles.

In The Jacksonian by Pulitzer Prize leader Henley (Crimes of a Heart), Harris, a four-time Oscar hopeful and Broadway maestro who recently seemed during a Geffen Playhouse in Wrecks, “plays Bill Perch, a dentist with obscure probity who goes to The Jacksonian to bury his secrets,” according to Geffen notes. “Estranged from his wife, played

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