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NY Times: Gnit in Spring Preview

Iconoclasts blowing up the classics are an everyday occurrence in theater. But the process acquires an extra cachet when the demolition experts are as inventive and celebrated as Will Eno and Taylor Mac, both finalists for the Pulitzer Prize for drama. A master of the anxious ellipsis, Eno (“Thom Pain,” “The Realistic Joneses”) will be…Read More »

NY Times reviewing World Premiere of Gnit at Humana Festival

“Mr. Eno has studied the play closely, and the marvel of his new version is how closely it tracks the original while also being, at every moment and unmistakably, a Will Eno play. Enophiles…will delight in how snugly Ibsen’s peculiar drama accommodates Mr. Eno’s flair for playing games with language and his offbeat humor, which…Read More »

Playbill: Gnit Casting Announced

Joe Curnutte and More Set for New York Premiere of Will Eno’s Gnit. The Peer Gynt-inspired play will begin March 7 in a production from Theatre for a New Audience. Read the full article in Playbill.    

Theatermania: Gnit Casting Announced

Will Eno’s Gnit Announces Casting for New York Premiere. Eno’s comic take on the Henrik Ibsen classic Peer Gynt will run this March at Theatre for a New Audience. Read the full article in Theatermania.    

Gnit: Photos from First Rehearsal

The Gnit team assembles for the first day of rehearsal. View photos here.    

New York magazine (review): Timon of Athens

“Terrifically moving…casting Hunter was a masterstroke. Simon Godwin’s production, originally mounted at the Royal Shakespeare company and co-produced with D.C.’s Shakespeare Theatre Company, has his careful stamp. He and Emily Burns have cut the text intelligently. The American cast is uniformly beautifully spoken.” Read the full review in New York magazine.

Financial Times (review): Timon of Athens

“Simon Godwin has duly turned this problem play about the downfall of a spendthrift Athenian noble into a resonant parable of greed and inequality in our time.” Read the full review in the Financial Times.

NY Times: Get Ready for the Masterwork No One Has Seen

“Fefu and Her Friends,” perhaps the finest work of the Cuban-American director and playwright María Irene Fornés, is finally getting a New York revival. When the Cuban-American director and playwright María Irene Fornés died last fall, the New York Times obituary referred to her as “an underrecognized genius.” Now, what is perhaps her finest work,…Read More »

Read: FEFU 360° Viewfinder

Read about playwright María Irene Fornés, an essay by Migdalia Cruz, an interview with director Lileana Blain-Cruz, and more. Click here to read our free issue of 360° Viewfinder for facts and perspectives on the play, playwright, and production of Fefu and Her Friends.

NPR: At 94, Peter Brook is Still At It

“At the age of 94, director and author Peter Brook can genuinely be called a living legend. His career has stretched for over seven decades, from ground-breaking productions of Shakespeare to his nine-hour adaptation of the Sanskrit epic, the Mahabarata. His latest work is on stage now in Brooklyn. It’s called Why? and it asks…Read More »