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Examples of "ironson"
Louis Ironson – Prior's boyfriend. Unable to deal with Prior's disease, he ultimately abandons him. He meets Joe Pitt and later begins a relationship with him.
Sarah Ironson – Louis' dead grandmother whom Prior meets in Heaven playing cards with the Rabbi. Played by the same actor as Louis.
Prior Walter – A gay man with AIDS. Throughout the play, he experiences various heavenly visions. When the play begins, he is dating Louis Ironson. His best friend is a nurse named Belize.
He began his professional acting career with a small role in the 1994 film "Quiz Show" directed by Robert Redford and a guest-starring role on "Law & Order," his first of seven appearances throughout the run of the show. He also began working in theatre, portraying Louis Ironson in Tony Kushner's play "" at San Francisco's American Conservatory Theatre.
Ornstein's stage acting credits span twenty-five years worth of new plays in New York City, in addition to creating the role of Louis Ironson in the 1991 World Premiere of "Angels in America" at the Eureka Theater in San Francisco.
In 1991, Futterman landed his first stage role in the WPA production "Club Soda". He also succeeded Joe Mantello as the voluble Louis Ironson in Tony Kushner's Tony award winning play "Angels in America" on Broadway in 1993. Futterman portrayed an American diplomat's son who runs into trouble in South Africa in Jon Robin Baitz's "A Fair Country" (1996). He portrayed a slick card player with big dreams in ""Dealer's Choice"" (1997).
In 1994, he auditioned for a part in the New Voice Company production of the Asian premiere of Tony Kushner's "Angels in America". He bagged a part, alternating the role of Louis Ironson with Philippine theater veteran Bart Guingona. Though reviews to his professional debut were mostly lukewarm to negative, Vergara continued his acting training with the New Voice Company. He subsequently performed in the independently produced productions of David Gobeil Taylor's "Waiting for Homo" and Anton Chekhov's "The Boor". It was during these years when he had feature articles published in the now defunct "Cutting Edge" magazine and "The Manila Times".
Quinto has also kept up his theatre experience, which includes roles in a variety of productions, including classics such as Beckett's "Endgame" at the Los Angeles Odyssey Theatres in 2003, Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing" at the Los Angeles Shakespeare Festival and "Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow" at the Old Globe Theatre. From October 2010 to February 2011, Quinto played the lead role of Louis Ironson in an Off-Broadway revival of Tony Kushner's "Angels in America" at the Signature Theatre, New York City. For this role, Quinto received the Theatreworld Outstanding Debut Performance award.
On stage he portrayed the "emotionally waffling" gay Jewish office temp Louis Ironson in Tony Kushner's Pulitzer-Prize-winning "", at the Royal National Theatre, in its London première, performing the role in both parts, "Part One: Millennium Approaches", in 1992, and "Part Two: Perestroika", in 1993. When auditioning for that role, he told the producers, "Look, I play all these tough guys and thugs and strong, complex characters. In real life, I am a cringing, neurotic Jewish mess. Can't I for once play that on stage?"
Set in New York City in 1985, the play opens with Louis Ironson, a gay Jew, learning that his lover, WASP Prior Walter, has AIDS. As Prior's illness progresses, Louis becomes unable to cope and moves out, leaving Prior to deal with his abandonment. Prior begins to receive visits from a pair of ghosts who claim to be his own ancestors, and hears an angelic voice telling him to prepare for her arrival. Prior does not know if these visitations are caused by an emotional breakdown or if they are real.
The published script indicates that Kushner made a few revisions to "Perestroika" in the following year. These changes officially completed the work in 1995. In 1994-1995, the First National Tour launched at the Royal George Theatre in Chicago, directed by Michael Mayer, with the following cast: Peter Birkenhead as Louis Ironson, Reginald Flowers as Belize, Kate Goehring as Harper Pitt, Jonathan Hadary as Roy Cohn, Philip E. Johnson as Joe Pitt, Barbara E. Robertson as Hannah Pitt, Robert Sella as Prior, and Carolyn Swift as the Angel.
Outside of film and television, his stage roles include Louis Ironson in Declan Donnellan's 1992 and 1993 Royal National Theatre London premières of Parts One ("Millennium Approaches") and Two ("Perestroika") of Tony Kushner's Pulitzer Prize-winning play "", and as Ben, one of two hitmen, playing opposite Lee Evans as Gus, in Harry Burton's 2007 critically acclaimed 50th-anniversary revival of Nobel Laureate Harold Pinter's 1957 two-hander "The Dumb Waiter" at Trafalgar Studios. He starred in the NBC drama "Awake" as Detective Michael Britten from March to May 2012.
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