A Battle of Fact vs. Fiction

October 2, 2019
Natalie Hulla
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A critically acclaimed 2018 Broadway play, The Lifespan of a Fact is a fast-paced, blistering comedy.

Spotlight on Margaret Atwood

October 1, 2019
Natalie Hulla
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Margaret Atwood is one of the most prolific storytellers of our time. In her 1996 novel Alias Grace, Atwood revisits one of the most notorious true crimes in Canadian history.

Rosa Guy and the Novel That Inspired ONCE ON THIS ISLAND

September 27, 2019
Gigi Relic
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Caribbean-born writer Rosa Guy is best known for her young adult novels and the story that inspired Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty to create Once on This Island.

Director's Notes by Wendy C. Goldberg

September 27, 2019
Natalie Hulla
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Playhouse Associate Artist Wendy C. Goldberg shares her artistic perspective of the Broadway comedy The Lifespan of a Fact.

5 Questions With Allan K. Washington

September 25, 2019
Natalie Hulla
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Meet Allan K. Washington, who plays Agwe, the God of Water, in Once on This Island.

5 Questions With Colin Carswell

September 25, 2019
Natalie Hulla
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Meet Colin Carswell, who plays Daniel Beauxhomme in Once on This Island.

A Touching Tale of Love and Loss

September 18, 2019
Gigi Relic
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This theatrical tour-de-force is performed by a small ensemble of actors from the Bruce E. Coyle Intern Company and features live music, a transformative set and the portrayal of over 20 characters.

Exploring Caribbean Folklore

September 17, 2019
Natalie Hulla
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Through joyous lyrics, spirited movement and an uplifting score, Once on This Island pays homage to the cherished tradition of storytelling in the West Indies.

Playwright's Notes by Jennifer Blackmer

September 13, 2019
Natalie Hulla
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Blackmer reveals her artistic perspective on adapting Margaret Atwood's spine-tingling, best-selling novel Alias Grace.

A Legacy of New Work

September 11, 2019
Natalie Hulla
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From dramas to comedies to musicals, the American theatre has benefited greatly from the vision and craftsmanship now synonymous with the Playhouse.