Thursday, August 30, 2012

Many voices on one topic: motherhood

Many voices on one topic: motherhood:


Many voices on one topic: motherhood

MONOLOGUES BY IMPRESSIVE PLAYWRIGHTS KICK OFF INVISIBLE THEATRE'S FALL SEASON
 
Susan R. Rose has had a storied career:
In 1984, fresh out of college, she became the youngest producer on Broadway when she mounted "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" and was nominated for a Tony. She went on to produce plays by Athol Fugard, David Rabe and Larry Shue, among others.
She has also had a prolific career producing movies for television.
But it is her role as a mother that she cherishes the most. And it led her to conceive and organize, with her creative partner, the late Joan Stein, "Motherhood Out Loud," a series of monologues by an impressive list of playwrights. Invisible Theatre opens its season with the play next week.

Many voices on one topic motherhood
Susan Kovitz is among Invisible Theatre's cast of "Motherhood Out Loud," a series of monologues by several playwrights.

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