Vineyard Voices: Law & Order And The Stage

Most know its trademark “duh duh” gavel sound or that its stories were “ripped from the headlines” but as Law & Order became the longest running crime drama on prime time television over the last 20 years it also became known for its prominence as a credit on New York theatre actors’ resumes. Join Law & Order veterans Sam Waterston, MIDDLETOWN’S Linus Roache, Annie Parisse and Gina Gionfriddo in exploring the impact and originality of this seldom-publicized, unprecedented marriage between the two mediums of stage and television.

Vineyard Voices: Law & Order And The Stage

October 24, 2010

Most know its trademark “duh duh” gavel sound or that its stories were “ripped from the headlines” but as Law & Order became the longest running crime drama on prime time television over the last 20 years it also became known for its prominence as a credit on New York [...]

Most know its trademark "duh duh" gavel sound or that its stories were "ripped from the headlines" but as Law & Order became the longest running crime drama on prime time television over the last 20 years it also became known for its prominence as a credit on New York theatre actors' resumes. Join Law & Order veterans Sam Waterston, MIDDLETOWN'S Linus Roache, Annie Parisse and Gina Gionfriddo in exploring the impact and originality of this seldom-publicized, unprecedented marriage between the two mediums of stage and television.

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