Between Two Palms with Paula VogelWednesday 12/2
Between Two Palms is a livestream series of intimate conversations between award-winning art-makers from the performing, visual and literary arts and members of The Studios family.
PAULA VOGEL is a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright whose many plays include Indecent (Tony-Award), How I Learned to Drive (Pulitzer Prize, Obie, Lortel Prize, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, NY Drama Critics Awards for Best Play), The Long Christmas Ride Home, The Baltimore Waltz & Desdemona. Other honors include the American Theatre Hall of Fame, the Dramatists Guild Lifetime Achievement Award, the Lily Award, Thornton Wilder Prize, Obie Award for Lifetime Achievement, William Inge Award, Elliot Norton Award, Susan Smith Blackburn Award, PEN/Laura Pels Award, a Guggenheim and many fellowships and residencies. Her plays have been translated and performed in over 22 languages. A distinguished theater educator and mentor, she was playwright-in-residence and professor at UCLA, Sewanee, Shanghai Theatre Academy and Nanjing University, University of Texas at Austin & the Playwrights Center in Minneapolis. From 1984 to 2008 she founded & ran the playwriting program at Brown University where she started a women’s theatre workshop in Maximum Security at the Adults Correction Institute in Cranston, RI. Most recently she was the O’Neill Chair at Yale School of Drama. A Broadway revival of How I Learned To Drive awaits the reopening of live theater.
Price$20, $15 mbrs.