The Washington Post is raving about Laurence Fishburne's dynamic stage presence in "Thurgood".
"A good stage actor can immerse you in his imaginary world. An outstanding one makes you feel you're the only other person in it. That higher-level mastery is achieved by Laurence Fishburne in Thurgood."
The play, penned by George Stevens, Jr., runs June 27th thru August 8th at the highly-respected Geffen Playhouse.
Directed by Leonard Foglia, the production is predicted to sell out!
Especially when you figure some gossip into the scenario before opening night.
How does Elena Kagan figure into the scheme of things?
"He called her shorty. She called him the most important lawyer of the 20th century," an Associated Press reporter noted for the record in a recent foray into a relationship between the two.
Undoubtedly, curiousity-seekers will be intrigued by the connection, as Thurgood Marshall's legacy takes stage - and likewise - Elena Kagan's Supreme Court nomination is pending.
See 'ya there!