Posts Tagged ‘playwright’

Haitian playwrights and poets take center stage in New York City on March 31, 2010

“Here is stage poetry that invokes the living to see and hear the dead and commune with them through the theatre. Here is to hope and communion for a future that remains alive and thriving through theatre/poetry/song.”

3Penny Opera

In 1976, the year I started studying at the Aaron Davis Center for the Performing Arts, Joe Papp of the N.Y. Shakespeare Festival staged a revival of “Three Penny Opera” at the Beaumont. It featured Raul Julia as the murdering, whoring, Macheath, prince of thieves in stinking, corrupt London. I loved the play and had […]