Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Forbes March to Star in Barefoot Theatre Company's "Verse Chorus Verse" (Based on Nirvana Song)

Forbes March, who played the gay musician secretly dating a closeted right wing publisher in my film, Manhattanites, is returning to New York to star in the stage production of "Verse Chorus Verse."

This is the New York premiere of Randall Colburn's play which will be presented at the Cherry Lane Studio Theatre, October 28-November 12. Ricardo Riethmuller will direct.

Set 20 years after the death of Kurt Cobain -- the rock musician who wrote the song of the same name for the popular band Nirvana -- "Verse Chorus Verse" follows Polly, the haunted subject of the Nirvana song, as she seeks out the young rock star who wants to prove Cobain's death was a murder.

The cast will also include Joshua Coomer, Michael Bryan Hill, Michael Mallard, Kristy Powers and Lorraine Rodriguez Reyes.

For ticket information and show times, check out

"Verse Chorus Verse" debuted this spring in Chicago at Tympanic Theater.

March's soap roles include Mason on AS THE WORLD TURNS, Nash on ONE LIFE TO LIVE, and Scott on ALL MY CHILDREN. He also appeared in the Degrassi Takes Manhattan TV movie and played Jesse Kilmartin on the popular sci-fi show MUTANT-X.

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