Kevin, Kyle Mooney, and Nate Torrence on the final shooting day for HELLO LADIES, THE MOVIE, airing this fall on HBO.
He may have been the superstar poet of 15th century France, but François Villon was also a drunken brawler, a bandit and a murderer — in short, a complicated guy who embodied the conflicted paths of art, morality and class warfare explored in the Padua Playwrights production of Murray Mednick’s new play, “Villon,” at the Odyssey Theatre.
“Uncompromising style … meta-theatrical… [Villon is] portrayed with gleeful lack of repentance by charismatic Kevin Weisman” — Los Angeles Times
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REVIEW : “Masterful and Intriguing….Kevin Weisman, as Villon, is full spectrum spectacular…” LA Examiner
"Kevin Weisman, known for his TV roles on “Alias” and “Hello Ladies,” plays the lovable ne’er-do-well Villon with a brash, commanding assurance" —Danny Margulies, Arts in L.A.
The new drama “Villon” profiles a medieval bandit with a penchant for poetry, or vice versa. Plus, basketball players have a hard time scoring in “Lysistrata Jones, ” and it’s England one, France nil in Shakespeare’s “Henry V.”
HBO 2014 Golden Globes.