Lemon Sky

$59.75

Lemon Sky is Lanford Wilson’s autobiographical drama, about his journey to discover his father. The NY Times wrote: “Mr. Wilson shows us how, by stirring the ashes of one’s cataclysmic past, one may finally begin to bid them goodbye.”

Schedule

Running Time: 2 hours, with one intermission

Clurman Theater

(New York, NY)
410 West 42nd Street
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by Ben Peltz - September 30, 2011
Though he did have a brief - very brief - stint on Broadway before Lemon Sky premiered in 1970 at midtown's Off-Broadway Playhouse Theatre, Lanford Wilson was still at that point regarded as a downtown playwright.  One of the leading scribes of the crew consisting predominantly of gay men who created Off-Off Broadway at Caffe Cino, his career would seriously take off shortly after Lemon Sky's run with The Hot l Baltimore, Fifth of July, Talley's Folly (Pulitzer winner) and Burn This.
by BWW News Desk - September 27, 2011
The Drama Desk and Obie Award-winning Keen Company's Lemon Sky opens tonight starring Keith Nobbs, Kellie Overbey and Kevin Kilner. .
by BWW News Desk - September 13, 2011
The Drama Desk and Obie Award-winning Keen Company (Carl Forsman, Artistic Director/Damon Chua, Executive Director) today announced that their Keith Nobbs, Kellie Overbey and Kevin Kilner would lead the cast of Lanford Wilson's Lemon Sky, the 1970 drama by the Pulitzer-winning writer of Talley's Folly, Burn This, and Fifth Of July.
by BWW News Desk - August 12, 2011
The Drama Desk and Obie Award-winning Keen Company (Carl Forsman, Artistic Director/Damon Chua, Executive Director) today announced that their Keith Nobbs, Kellie Overbey and Kevin Kilner would lead the cast of Lanford Wilson's Lemon Sky, the 1970 drama by the Pulitzer-winning writer of Talley's Folly, Burn This, and Fifth Of July.
by BWW News Desk - June 27, 2011
The Drama Desk and Obie Award-winning Keen Company (Carl Forsman, Artistic Director/Damon Chua, Executive Director) today announced that their 2011-'12 season will begin with Lanford Wilson's Lemon Sky, the 1970 drama by the Pulitzer Prize-winning writer ofTalley's Folly, Burn This, and Fifth of July.