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10-8-12: Their America
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To celebrate Center Stage's 50th anniversary, artistic director Kwame Kwei-Armah undertook an ambitious project to open a dialogue about the theater and how it fits into our local and national culture. "My America" is a collection of 50 monologues by playwrights from across the country, most of which have been filmed by acclaimed independent director Hal Hartley. You can watch them in the lobby at Center Stage on their new “media board,” or online.
Tom Hall talks to Center Stage artistic producer Susanna Gellert, who works closely with Kwame Kwei-Armah on a variety of projects and oversaw "My America."
The “My America” monologues are being released in batches. The next group of monologues is being released tomorrow.
Susanna Gellert will direct the world premiere of a new play called Mud Blue Sky later this season. The current production at Center Stage is An Enemy of the People. The original play is by Henrik Ibsen. It’s been adapted by Arthur Miller and other playwrights. Tonight at 7:30, there will be a one-time reading of Boged, an adaptation of the same play by the Israeli playwright Boaz Gaon. Later this season it will be produced by Theater J in Washington.
Information about performances at centerstage.org.