Turning the Page: Lincoln Center Theater Artists Read Their Own Poetry and Prose

The LCT SPOTLIGHT SERIES continues with Turning the Page: LCT Artists Read Their Own Poetry and Prose. Playwrights David Adjmi, Ayad Akhtar, and Sarah Ruhl, playwright and director James Lapine, director Jack O’Brien and actor Andrew Rannells will be reading from their own non-theatrical works.

Adjmi will read from his memoir Lot Six: A Memoir; Akhtar from his critically-acclaimed Homeland Elegies: A Novel; Ruhl from her book of poetry 44 Poems for You; Lapine from his upcoming Putting It Together – How Stephen Sondheim and I Created Sunday in the Park with George; O’Brien from his soon-to-be-published memoir Jack in the Box, or How to Goddam Direct; and Rannells from his collection of essays published under the title Too Much Is Not Enough: A Memoir of Fumbling Toward Adulthood.

Introduced by poet Honor Moore (Ms. Moore’s latest memoir is Our Revolution:  A Mother and Daughter at Midcentury, published in March 2020).

To register for this free Zoom event visit: www.lct.org/shows/spotlight/

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