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Jeremy Irons defends Alfred Stieglitz, applauds Joan Allen

Jeremy Irons as Alfred Stieglitz in "Georgia O'Keeffe"

Jeremy Irons as Alfred Stieglitz in "Georgia O'Keeffe"


Vote for Jeremy in the Fans’ Choice Awards Fans’ Choice Awards
Your Chance to Vote on the 2008-9 Broadway Season!


Jeremy is nominated in the category of Best Leading Actor in a Play.

Impressionism is nominated in the following categories:

Best Scenic Design
Best Lighting Design
Best Costume Design
Best Direction of a Play (Jack O’Brien)
Best Featured Actress in a Play (Marsha Mason)
Best Featured Actor in a Play (Andre DeShields)
Best Leading Actress in a Play (Joan Allen)
Best Play
Best Sound Design

Videos from Impressionism Meet-and-Greet

Jeremy and cast of Impression attend Meet and Greet


Jeremy Irons, Joan Allen, director Jack O’Brien and the cast of “Impressionism” attend a meet-and-greet for the Off-Broadway show ‘Impressionism’ at the New 42nd Street Studios on February 17, 2009 in New York City.

Liz Smith on “Impressionism”

From the New York Post

February 17, 2009

TALK MAY be cheap, but there’s plenty of it about the coming Broadway pro duction “Impressionism,” which will star Joan Allen, Jeremy Irons, Marsha Mason – an excellent cast – opening March 12.

No wonder, it is being directed by the genius Jack O’Brien and was written by Michael Jacobs. Now here’s a story. Producer Bill Haber recently heard from a woman he’d represented 30 years ago, Susan Harris. He describes her as “the creator of ‘Soap,’ ‘The Golden Girls,’ ‘Empty Nest’ and a billion dollars worth of other writing. She is considered one of the smartest of all TV people.”

Susan said she’d seen the ad for “Impressionism” and talked CAA into lending her a script. She wanted Bill to know that the play “is the finest I’ve read in years. I went back and read it again! Who is this guy – Michael Jacobs? I’m going to stop writing plays since I can never match this. Thanks for doing something this adventuresome, courageous and sensitive.”

Now that’s the kind of pre-inside talk everybody wants. Haber says, “This moved me and reminded me again why we’re doing this play.”