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When Machines Fail:
Paula Vogel and A Civil War Christmas

I cannot thank you enough for our wonderful brunch date this morning. Our intention was to talk about the production of A Civil War Christmas, which is currently in previews at New York Theatre Workshop (and opens December 4th), but because you are a rare and special theater deity, we covered so much more.

In Dialogue

Madness and Martyrdom in La Divina Caricatura
LEE BREUER with Kyoung H. Park

In the 42 years since Mabou Mines’s founding in 1970, Lee Breuer has directed some of the most seminal pieces of the American avant-garde, including adaptations of Beckett’s Play, Come and Go, and The Lost Ones, The Gospel at Colonus, Mabou Mines Lear, Peter and Wendy, Mabou Mines DollHouse, and groundbreaking, international productions such as Comedie-Francaise’s Un Tramway Nommé Désir.

In Conversation

Uptown to the Grand Canyon and Onward to the Sea
SETH NUMRICH with Libby Woodbridge

Seth Numrich currently stars in Golden Boy, Lincoln Center Theater’s Broadway revival of Clifford Odets’s Depression-era drama. I loved playing Seth’s little sister earlier this year at the Rattlestick in Daniel Talbott’s Yosemite, so I sat down with him to find out more about what he’s thinking as he heads into previews.

Jesus in India: Finding Out Who We Are with Lloyd Suh

My mother firmly believes that you don’t really know who you are, as a person, until your mid-30s. 


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DEC 12-JAN 13

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