How true is true enough? New York City, 1995. Aspiring writer Ethan Dobson has his first article published by The Connector, a magazine with a storied history. As Ethan strives to be part of the magazine's legacy, he navigates editors with god complexes, fact checkers with vendettas, proofreaders, lawyers, and the challenges of his own history. In this new musical, playwright Jonathan Marc Sherman (Women and Wallace), composer-lyricist Jason Robert Brown (The Bridges of Madison County) and director Daisy Prince (The Last Five Years) tell a story about telling stories. What is the difference between facts and truth? And what is the difference between journalism and entertainment? What happens when a gifted storyteller's stories begin falling apart? And can anyone stop him?
Martel Theatre(Poughkipsie, NY, )
oh, that's the library (/office) we want to spend time in.
For the final residency spotlight, check this photo of @lasantacecilia meeting Laura Esquivel, who wrote Like Water… https://t.co/c2fFBShbm5
Each year, we support early-career artists from @BarnardCollege with the Epstein Fellowship. This year, both Nell B… https://t.co/HBbbyjsg09