Another America, written by Bill Rosenfield and inspired by Dan Austin's documentary film True Fans, opened at London's Park Theatre April 6, and the reviews are in.
Directed by Joseph Winters, the new play follows three friends who escape the internet and embark on a cross-country road trip in the wake of a troubling election, discovering different versions of themselves and their country along the way. Jacob Lovick, Rosanna Suppa, and Marco Young star. The production also features lighting by Catja Hamilton.
The work is the latest from Rosenfield, an American playwright and former cast album producer who now lives in London. Best known to Playbill readers as one-half of the Old Show Queens web series, Rosenfield's past work includes 46 Beacon, Sunshine and Shadow, Let Me, and Bridal Terrorism, along with adaptations of The Most Happy Fella for Encores! and Noël Coward's The Rat Trap.
Read the reviews below.
Before focusing on his career as a playwright, Rosenfield served as executive producer on more than 65 original cast albums, including Assassins; Bring in Da Noise, Bring in Da Funk; Caroline, or Change; Chicago; The Color Purple; Grant Hotel; Legally Blonde; A New Brain; Parade; Titanic; tick, tick...BOOM!; and Hair, earning more than 30 Grammy Award nominations along the way. Among Rosenfield's career honors are two Drama Desk Awards, an SDC Foundation Governor's Award, and a Richard Rodgers Award.