April 24th at 7pm




2017 SEASON
| SEASON TICKETS
| Lettice & Lovage
| Grounded
| Appropriate
| Sex with Strangers
| Romeo and Juliet

SCRIPT IN HAND
| Lunch Hour

BOX OFFICE
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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.


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Sunday Symposium Performances

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Lettice and Lovage
June 4 following the 3pm matinee Symposium Guest: TBA

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Grounded
July 16 following the 3pm matinee Symposium Guest: TBA

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Appropriate
August 20 following the 3pm matinee Symposium Guest: TBA

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Sex with Strangers
October 1 following the 3pm matinee Symposium Guest: TBA

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Romeo & Juliet
November 5 following the 3pm matinee Symposium Guest: TBA

VIDEO ARCHIVE

2015 Season
(select to watch video)

Playwright David Ives (The Liar)
Yale University's Murray Biggs & WCP's David Kennedy (And a Nightingale Sang)
Playwright A.R. Gurney & WCP's Mark Lamos (Love & Money)
| Arthur Miller Scholars Susan Abbotson & Stephen Marino (Broken Glass)
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 JJ Goldberg, Editor-at-Large of The Forward (Broken Glass)