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May 9 2013 8:00 pm
THE DRAMA BOOK SHOP AFTER DARK
The Drama Book Shop in co-production with Up-To-Date Theatricals is launching AFTER HOURS, a monthly reading series at the Arthur Seelen Theatre. The series explores published playwrights' lesser known and unpublished works. Kicking off the series in May is "DARWIN'S CHALLENGE" a new comedy by Jason Grote (1001, Maria Stuart; TV: Smash, Mad Men) May 9, 2013 at 8:00 pm.
Each month will feature a reading of an unpublished work by a published playwright, followed by a networking party. Join us "after hours" to hear a new play read aloud and meet and mingle with fellow actors, directors and playwrights in the NYC theatre community. The Drama Book Shop, recipient of the 2011 Tony© Honor for Excellence in the Theatre, has been a cornerstone of support for the theatre community for over 90 years and continues to foster the creativity and success of the performing artist.
Auditions will be held seasonally. For more information on auditions or how you can get involved please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
May 21 2013 5:00 pm
Tuesday, May 21, 2013 at 5pm
Theatre for a New Audience's Open Books is a program of public lectures curated by the Theatre's Literary Advisor Jonathan Kalb that feature the critical and scholarly voices behind some of the best books newly published in the theater field. In this second offering of the series, Penelope Niven discusses her decade-long process of discovering Thornton Wilder, the multi-faceted, enigmatic and intensely private man behind the celebrated writer.
Niven will read from Thornton Wilder: A Life. Question and answer and book signing will follow.
RSVP encouraged, but not required, as space is limited.
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PETER AND ALICE
London's Noel Coward Theatre
With JUDI DENCH and BEN WHISHAW. Directed by Michael Grandage
“Of course that’s how it begins: a harmless fairy tale to pass the hours”
When Alice Liddell Hargreaves met Peter Llewelyn Davies at the opening of a Lewis Carroll exhibition in 1932, the original Alice in Wonderland came face to face with the original Peter Pan. In John Logan’s remarkable new play, enchantment and reality collide as this brief encounter lays bare the lives of these two extraordinary characters.
Judi Dench plays Alice and Ben Whishaw plays Peter in Logan’s first new play since Red, which went on to win six Tony Awards in 2010.
March 5, 2013: Bond's M and Q team up on stage
March 6, 2013: Stranger than Fiction —Scout, London
March 6, 2013: An Interview with Olly Alexander —The Beaver
March 8, 2013: This week's new theatre —The Guardian
March 17, 2013: John Logan on the tragedy of Peter and Alice —BBC News
March 26, 2013: Peter and Alice, Noël Coward Theatre (Review) —The Arts Desk
March 26, 2013: Peter and Alice, Noel Coward Theatre, review —The Telegraph ★★★★☆
March 26, 2013: Peter and Alice – review —The Guardian ★★★★☆
March 27, 2013: Peter and Alice (Review) —LondonTheatre.co.uk ★★★★☆
March 26, 2013: Peter and Alice, Noël Coward Theatre, London – review —The Financial Times ★★★★☆
March 29, 2013: Peter & Alice, Noël Coward. Rhys Jennings falls down the rabbit-hole to Neverland at Peter & Alice —Fourth Wall Magazine ★★★★
April 2, 2013: Peter and Alice, review. Tim Walker is impressed by a moving study of lives shaped by JM Barrie and Lewis Carroll —The Telegraph ★★★★★
April 4, 2013: An embarrassment of theatrical riches —The Stage UK
The script for PETER AND ALICE is now available at $16.99.