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Meryl Streep fans: the return of ‘Streep Tease’

By Greg Hernandez

HollywoodNews.com: How great is this?

I got a note last night from the brilliant Roy Cruz who tells me that the very fantastic stage show he created, ‘Streep Tease,’ will return to the Bang Theatre this Saturday after a six-month hiatus.

The show is an evening of Meryl Streep monologues performed by an all-male cast. The most memorable films of the great Streep are given a new interpretation on stage. Each actor gives his own interpretation of his favorite Meryl Streep monologue. The cast includes Cruz, David Dean Bottrell, Bryan T. Donovan, Ron Morehouse, Matthew Nouriel, Joel Scher and Trent Walker.

The show is directed by Ezra Weisz with choreography by Fred Tallaksen. It is produced by Cruz and Kenneth Hartung.

“We have three new monologues and the show has evolved,” Roy says.

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