March 4 – April 9, 2006 in Goodman's Albert Theatre

Around 75 minutes

In A Life in the Theatre, audiences are introduced to Robert, an aging actor, intent on teaching John, a young up and comer, the tricks and truths of the trade. As they spar and critique each other’s performances, the audience becomes a fly on the dressing room wall, eavesdropping on the actors’ conversations, and getting a from-the-wings look at snips of their performances.