He’s so glad he’s not on Broadway: Stew and his adoring fans after the final Broadway performance of Passing Strange on July 20, 2008. (Photo by SPM, all rights reserved.)
Just a month after hitting the Tribeca Film Festival, Spike Lee‘s film of Passing Strange will be screened at the Seattle International Film Festival on Saturday, May 23.
Spike Lee at the final Broadway performance of Passing Strange. (Photo by SPM, all rights reserved.)
They’re doing an interview and Q&A session, oddly, before the screening, which no doubt will help avoid the really thorny audience queries, like what co-creator and narrator Stew really meant by “What’s inside is just a lie.”
Spike is also slated to get the SIFF’s 2009 Golden Space Needle Award for Outstanding Achievement in Directing.
Think that means they really, really wanted him to show up?
Posted in Broadway, Music, Pop and Rock, RIP, Theater
Tagged Chad I. Goodridge, Christian Cassan, Christian Gibbs, Colman Domingo, Daniel Breaker, De'Adre Aziza, Heidi Rodewald, Jon Spurney, Passing Strange, Rebecca Naomi Jones, Spike Lee