NTOZAKE SHANGE - Playwright, poet, and feminist - much of the content of her work addresses issues relating to race and feminism.” She wrote the award-winning play ‘For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf’ From
A playwright and actor who bares all on stage says the body is a powerful tool.
Six classic BBC TV adaptations, made in the 1950s and 1960s, of Charles Dickens’ masterworks – available on DVD for the first time ever this July and August. Great Expectations- Released 3rd July Written by acclaimed playwright Hugh Leonard, this piercing 1967 BBC production of Dickens’ tangled tale, of a poor orphan elevated into wealth, then humbled by pride and love, stars John Tate, Gary Bond and Francesca Annis. Our Mutual Friend - Released 3rd July Originally broadcast in…
The notion amazed me that real people able to talk and walk and feel could come out of a person's head, for the fictional and life were merged in one wonderful mirage. -Arthur Miller, Timebends: A Life
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12.21.17 Lunchtime #drawing: That winter solstice kind of light on the stars out front of the Lucille Lortel Theatre on Christopher Street. These three playwright stars are for David Mamet William Inge and Arthur Miller. . . . #NicksLunchboxService #westvillage #wintersolstice #lucillelorteltheatre #sidewalkstars #art #davidmamet #williaminge #arthurmiller #christopherstreet #greenwichvillage #sketchbook #drawingaday