Dialogue with Richard Maxwell

December 17, 2002

An ongoing series of talks with artists and writers conceived and conducted by Bonnie Marranca.
Dialogue with Richard Maxwell
Tuesday, December 17th 7PM
Regular $5, Students $2, Members Free.

Richard Maxwell
is one of the most talked about new playwrights in the downtown scene whose work has also been produced increasingly around the country and in Europe. His recent play Joe was produced at PS 122. Other works include House, Boxing 2000, Drummer Wanted, and Caveman. Maxwell worked with Steppenwolf in Chicago where he was co-founder and director of the Cook County Theatre Department. He is now Artistic Director of New York City Players.

is co-founder and editor of PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art. A theatre critic residing in New York City, she has written two volumes of essays, Ecologies of Theatre, and Theatrewritings, which won the George Jean Nathan Award in Dramatic Criticism, and has edited several books, including Conversations on Art and Performance, Plays for the End of the Century, and Interculturalism and Performance. Bonnie Marranca is a Guggenheim Fellow and Fulbright scholar and is currently teaching at Princeton University. She is Director of Special Performance Projects at Location One.