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Words into type
We now offer at least one open-captioned performance of each show in our season. The one for The Pianist of Willesden Lane is on December 8 at 2pm. More info.
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Play on, Maestro!
He thrilled us with George Gershwin Alone last summer. Now the master showman is back with Hershey Felder as Leonard Bernstein in Maestro, starting June 5.
No Man’s Land on Broadway
After its run at Berkeley Rep, No Man’s Land opened on Broadway—playing in rep with Waiting for Godot—and earned more glorious reviews (read the one from the New York Times). Congratulations to Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Billy Crudup, Shuler Hensley, and the rest of the artistic team!
State of the talk
Anna Deavere Smith (Let Me Down Easy) talks with Tom Healy about the civic role of art and the relationship between language, identity, and politics. Read the transcript of their fascinating conversation.