The Theatre at the End of the World, Part One

Johanna Day and John Earl Jelks in the Guthrie production of Lynn Nottage’s FLOYD’S.
Lynn Nottage
Jordan Roth
THE INHERITANCE
THE INHERITANCE
SLAVE PLAY
SLAVE PLAY
Griffin Matthews
Carole Rothman in conversation with a black reporter as she announces a play by an Asian-American woman, Young Jean Lee.
Diane Paulus, in silence and contemplation, apparently
Charlotte St. Martin

Author of FOLLIES OF GOD: TENNESSEE WILLIAMS AND THE WOMEN OF THE FOG (Knopf/Vintage). Keeps meticulous notes; forgets nothing; does not care what you think.

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James Grissom

Author of FOLLIES OF GOD: TENNESSEE WILLIAMS AND THE WOMEN OF THE FOG (Knopf/Vintage). Keeps meticulous notes; forgets nothing; does not care what you think.

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