Is Playwright Adam Rapp Working Too Hard?

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Wednesday, October 05, 2011

Christine Lahti in 'Dreams of Flying Dreams of Falling' by Adam Rapp. Christine Lahti in 'Dreams of Flying Dreams of Falling' by Adam Rapp. (Kevin Thomas Garcia/Atlantic Theater Company)

Adam Rapp is a creative artist who keeps busy. He’s a musician and a filmmaker, a novelist and he’s written episodes of HBO’s In Treatment. He also is a playwright of prolific output – something like 20 plays in the last 10 years.

The New York Times theater critic Charles Isherwood joins host Jeff Spurgeon to talk about Rapp's latest staged work called Dreams of Flying, Dreams of Falling, which is playing at the Classic Stage Company in a production from the Atlantic Theater Company.

You can win a pair of tickets to see Rapp's Dreams of Flying, Dreams of Falling by correctly answering this question: Rapp’s next theatrical outing is as director of a rock opera called Stop the Virgens. The show features songs written by the lead singer of which indie rock band?

 


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Comments [2]

Will MacAdam from Manhattan

I doubt it takes a heck of allot of work to churn out that steam of consciousness sophomoric drivel.

Oct. 05 2011 09:43 AM
arthur zuch from pleasantville, ny

The new display is unuseable.
Overlapping unreadable text, and much too much information.

Oct. 05 2011 09:15 AM

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