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In Dialogue

Anna Moench and Objects in the Apocalypse

Mothers by Anna Moench is a work of brutal imagination and delicious humor that follows a group of mothers in an upper-middle-class Mommy-Baby Meetup. A Playwrights Realm production, it opens at The Duke on 42nd Street on September 25, 2019 and is slated to run through October 12th.

LIT Council: Men of Color Called to the Stage

The pen, the page, and the journey of the artist's imagination. This October, LIT Council launches its second season as The Tank’s in-house development intensive for new plays. What makes this group stand out? Founded by Akin Salawu and co-created by Beto O’Byrne and Jerome A. Parker, the group is exclusively for male Playwrights of Color.

In Their Changing Village, Two Artists Reflect on a Lost Hospital

Prior to rehearsing for Novenas for a Lost Hospital, cast member Ken Barnett saw his relationship to the titular medical center, St. Vincent’s, as twofold.

In Conversation

Life as a Cabaret

Walter Corwin has been hanging out and having his plays performed at Theater for the New City going on 40 years. A protégé of Ed Bullins in the ’60s at the Public Theater and a veteran of the Actor’s Studio and The Herbert Berghof Studio, he’s never been afraid of weaving politics into his writing. The last decade of his practice has been an investigation of short form theater seemingly tailored to life in New York.


The Brooklyn Rail

OCT 2019

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