Brief Interviews With Hideous Men – Ian Murphy

BRIEF INTERVIEWS WITH HIDEOUS MEN
A staged adaption of the short stories written
by David Foster Wallace

Ian Murphy is a ‘HIDEOUS MAN

Ian Murphy - BRIEF INTERVIEWS WITH HIDEOUS MEN by DFW

Ian Murphy
BRIEF INTERVIEWS WITH HIDEOUS MEN by DFW

INTERVIEW #30
– HIDEOUS MAN ‘D2’

“I have to admit it was a big reason for marrying her … because of the way she had a good body even after she’d had a kid … it probably sounds shallow, but it’s the truth.”

INTERVIEW #11
– HIDEOUS MAN ‘R7’

“Maybe if I loved you a little less or cared about you less I could take it. But I can’t. So yes, thats what the bags are, I’m leaving.”

INTERVIEW #59
– HIDEOUS MAN ‘J22’

“Years later, I began, like many adolescent boys, to masturbate, creating erotic fantasies in my imagination as I did so.”

NSTC SHOWS / ROLES

  • Orestes 2.1 – ‘Menelaus’
  • Rougher Magic: A cubist Shakespeare
    — ‘Ferdinand’ (2014)
  • Brief Interviews With Hideous Men
    — Interviews #30, #11 & #59
  • Ian Murphy is back with Nasty Shadows for a 2nd year in a row, and the Company is thrilled to have him remain in the Shadow world. Ian’s first performance with the Shadows was in the Company’s beautifully horrific adaptation/modification Orestes 2.1 back in 2009. During his Shadow absence Ian has been seen on stage around town in a number of roles with various companies: w/NBActs: Heart Shaped Boxes (2009), Christmas Break (2010), The Pugilist (2014); w/Bard In the Barracks: Midsummer Night’s Dream (2009), Macbeth (2010); w/Theatre St. Thomas: People Are Dumb (2010); w/Next Folding: Disintegrate Me (2014). Last year Ian played a musically suave and maliciously over-confident ‘Ferdinand’ in Rougher Magic, and this fall he gets to expand is performance range into the more HIDEOUS side of man’s psyche with the staged adaptation of David Foster Wallace’s Brief Interviews With Hideous Men.


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    Posted on October 13, 2015, in Production News, Theatre Stuff, Theatrical Stuff and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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