INVITATION to TheaterMatters, the unique live-theater-review series
Monday, March 18
TheaterMatters, the unique live-theater-review series curated and moderated by Hunter College Theater Professor Jonathan Kalb, continues at The Invisible Dog!
A one-of-a-kind event in NYC, TheaterMatters brings together professional critics and practicing theater artists for incomparably smart, passionate, in-depth discussions of current New York City theater productions in front of a live audience. TheaterMatters is the only forum where critics and artists collaborate on serious critique of new work, and the only vehicle for criticism practiced as a live, communal event. The panels include Q&A with the audience and are recorded for web posting.
The March 18 panel is:
Jonathan Kalb, Curator and Moderator (author, scholar, critic, 2-time winner of the George Jean Nathan Award for Dramatic Criticism)
Ben Brantley (Co-Chief Theater Critic, The New York Times)
Jedediah Wheeler (Executive Director, Peak Performances/Kasser Theater MSU)
Elysa Gardner (Theater Critic, New York Stage Review)
These panelists will discuss the following plays:
Marys Seacole, a new play by Jackie Sibblies Drury, directed by Lileana Blain-Cruz at Lincoln Center's Claire Tow Theatre
Boesman and Lena, by Athol Fugard, directed by Yaël Farber at Signature Theatre Center
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