Well what does one do in the midst of a global pandemic, when the baseball season ins on jeopardy, I have created over 20 shows of Cooking with Eddie: La Mia Cucina, and it is so hot out you can barely breath? Get out early to see some sunflowers in bloom and think of Italy, that’s what. And that is just what Marijke and I did this morning. It was heaven. A nice break from the grind.
A Day in the Fields
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Edward Gero, an American actor, most noted for his stage work, is a four-time Helen Hayes Award recipient and sixteen-time Helen Hayes Nominee. He created the role of Justice Antonin Scalia in The Originalist by John Strand, premiering at Arena Stage in 2015 touring the country before completing its run Off-Broadway in 2018. He was the first American to play Mark Rothko in "RED" at Goodman Theater in Chicago and Arena Stage. He was Gloucester in "King Lear" with Stacy Keach at Goodman and the Shakespeare Theatre, both directed by Robert Falls. Other regional credits include Nixon in "Nixon's Nixon," Salieri in "Amadeus" at Roundhouse Theater, Sweeney in "Sweeney Todd" at Signature Theatre, Donny in "American Buffalo" at Studio Theatre, and for the last six years, Scrooge in "A Christmas Carol" at Washington's historic Ford's Theatre. In 31 seasons In Washington, he has played 75 Shakespearean roles at STC including Hotspur in "Henry IV" (Helen Hayes Award), Bolingbroke in "Richard II" (Helen Hayes Award) and Macduff in "Macbeth"(Helen Hayes Award). Film and television credits include House of Cards, Turn: Washington's Spies, Die Hard II, Striking Distance, and narrations for The Discovery Channel and PBS. He is an Associate Professor of Theater and Head of the Performance Area for the School of Theater at George Mason University, and instructor for the Academy for Classical Acting at George Washington University Mr. Gero was featured on the cover of The Washington Post Magazine and profiled in American Theater Magazine. He was named a Lunt-Fontanne Fellow at Ten Chimneys in 2015. View all posts by EG