Young Jean Lee

But the "Straight White Men" writer says she's "glad that door is open now."
Leave it to Young Jean Lee to get straight to the point, by saying: okay, now what? Straight White Men doesn't give us the answer, but I think it does very important work by challenging us to confront three-dimensional characters that we can't easily dismiss.
I have been walking the streets singing the phrase, "We're Gonna Die!" Trust me, I am not crazy
But I get to work with many of my favorite musicians—the brilliant viola player Eyvind Kang, the astounding horn and woodwind
Tired of workshopping plays and holding readings without the promise of a full scale productions, playwrights Rob Handel
It is not comforting, or deep, but it is true, and it is universal. Whatever you believe happens after life, we are united in our collective forecast of death.
Unlike my early days in New York, I no longer roam the boroughs attending opening after opening, party after party, all night conversations in some random artist loft/apartment/space (the after after party). It sounds great because it was great. It was also more distracting than inspiring.
As a theater maker, how do you generate toe-curling drama, excitement and intrigue for an audience whose hitherto experience of Hamlet is loaded with memories, associations and scrutiny?
Seeing naked female bodies happens a great deal in theatre, but it is often in entirely gratuitous scenes, with flattering lighting, adhering to some sort of fetishized concept of female sensuality.
WONDERLAND * out of **** BEING HAROLD PINTER ** 1/2 WE'RE GONNA DIE *** My guest felt Jose Llana had a little fun as El Gato
The opening audio/video sequence shows the playwright making a video in which she is repeatedly slapped in the face. Lee's