Classic Plays Revisited and Revised Off-Broadway

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Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Two classic plays are in featured in new Off-Broadway productions. New York Times theater critic Charles Isherwood looks at how a new English adaptation of Moliere’s “The Misanthrope” at the Classic Stage Company called "The School for Lies" and a musical version of Shaw’s “Candida” at the Lincoln Center Theater called “A Minister’s Wife” stack up against the originals. 

Listen to the conversation to find the answer to our trivia question, then enter our contest before Wednesday night at midnight to win two tickets to "A Minister's Wife" at the Lincoln Center Theater.

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Comments [1]

Marisa Stefatos from New York, NY

Both adaptations, "The School of Lies" and "A Minister's Wife" sounds fascinating according to Charles Isherwoods commentary. I am curious to see both!

May. 11 2011 03:58 PM

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