If there’s one thing that Meryl Streep is known for, it has to be the fact that she is the epitome of what an actress should be, always delivering her craft with class and grace (she’s been nominated for an Oscar practically every year since 1978!). Campy and crass is simply not Streep . . . that is, until now. Streep Tease: An Evening of Meryl Streep Monologues will be executed solely by men. For an hour, expect to see Streep’s famous characters from her biggest films (The Bridges of Madison County, Out of Africa, Sophie’s Choice) performed by what the Los Angeles Times calls a “gamely goofy cast,” including a monologue from The Devil Wears Prada by creator Roy Cruz. Only one question remains: Will the original show up? Drama!
Mon., June 27, 9:30 p.m., 2011