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...unsettling...dark facets of life being presented front and center...
Host-director-producer...Jonathan Pereira...has an easy charm that I imagine audiences will enjoy as much as I did...Let me tell you what I learned from this experience: actors are amazing.
Join us Thursday, April 1, after the performance of Miss Lulu Bett, for a discussion with post-show guest speaker, Pamela Cobrin, who teaches writing and dramatic literature courses in the departme
"I encourage you to take the opportunity to familiarize yourself with this little-known gem that says so much that is still resonant about gender, class, power, and economics, from a point-of-view
In Mr. Jaworowski's world, major and minor tragedies lurk just around the corner, as do life-saving ironies and the occasional matching-up of lonely hearts.
...a welcome relief from bubble-gum pop culture.
"...amazing spirit...engrossing...a shattering climax...you won't want to miss this rare revival of a landmark work...an unvarnished portrait of an American family..."
WorkShop Theater Company
312 West 36th Street, Fourth Floor East
New York, NY 10018
Between 8th and 9th Avenues
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Artistic Director: Scott C. Sickles
Managing Director: Jeff Paul
General Manager: Marie Mascia-Mancl
Producing Directors: Kathleen Brant
DeLisa M. White