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Showing posts from September, 2022

Broadway World Review: Invisible Theatre Opens 51st Season with THE LIFESPAN OF A FACT

  Review: Invisible Theatre Opens 51st Season with THE LIFESPAN OF A FACT  The play is based on a book transcribed from a controversial essay. by  Robert Encila-Celdran   Sep. 05, 2022              At the heart of THE LIFESPAN OF A FACT is the heady and contentious intersection of journalism and creative prose. Invisible Theatre's 51st season-opener is based on John D'Agata's book of the same title, co-authored by Jim Fingal, who had served as a fact checker of John D'Agata's original essay from which the book was transcribed. Prior to their shared achievement, the authors had a wrangling seven-year discourse related to questionable details about D'Agata's otherwise compelling narrative about the culture of suicide in Las Vegas. The 2003 essay, titled  What Happens There

KXCI Broad Perspectives Radio interview with Susan Claassen

  91.3 KXCI Broad Perspectives Radio with co-hosts Kathleen Harris and Aspen Green were thrilled to have Tucson's treasure, Susan Claassen, the Managing Artistic Director of Invisible Theatre on Sunday's show.  Suz shared IT's 51st Anniversary Season, a Fabulous Fundraising Concert coming up, FOR THE LOVE OF IT! with Amanda McBroom, what's Edith Head up to? And will SUZ be in this year's Thanksgiving Day Parade? So much to know, use the link below to listen!