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| Broken Glass

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2012 Symposium featuring WCP associate artistic director David Kennedy and The Year of Magical Thinking author Joan Didion.  Photo: Leslie Datsis.

Following the first Sunday matinee performance of each production, special guests take the stage to help place the production in context with illuminating insights about the world of the play.  The Playhouse hosts a wide range of guests, from noted playwrights to academic scholars, for discussions that provide an excellent opportunity to delve into the world of the play.

Each discussion is followed by an interactive dialogue with the audience.

All Symposium events are free and open to the public and will begin immediately following the 3pm performance.

2015 Sunday Symposium Dates
July 26th (Love & Money, with playwright A.R. Gurney)
August 30th (Bedroom Farce | Coming soon)
October 11th (Broken Glass | Coming soon)


Upcoming Guests

Playwright A.R. Gurney | Love & Money
Moderated by David Kennedy, WCP's Associate Artistic Director
July 26, 2015

A. R. (“Pete”) Gurney has been writing plays for many years. Best known are The Dining Room, The Cocktail Hour, Love Letters, and Sylvia. A new play, Family Furniture, was recently produced at the Flea Theater while two revivals, The Wayside Motor Inn and What I Did Last Summer, found new life at the Signature Theatre. Gurney has received several awards for the body of his work and is a member of the Dramatists Guild, the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and the Theatre Hall of Fame. His website is argurney.com.

Symposium Video Archive 

2015 Season
(select to watch video)

Yale University's Murray Biggs & WCP's David Kennedy (And a Nightingale Sang)
Playwright David Ives (The Liar)

Header Photo: Isaiah Washington (Intimate Apparel). Photo by Carol Rosegg.