Each year since 2010, Tony Award winner Richard Nelson has premiered a new play at The Public about the fictional, liberal Apple family of Rhinebeck, New York. This year's edition, the fourth and final play, "Regular Singing," is playing in repertory with the first three Apple plays. Nelson is joined by stars Maryann Plunkett and Jay O. Sanders. "Regular Singing" is a Public Lab production; it runs through December 15 at The Public Theater.
The play "Conversations in Tusculum," now at the Public Theatre, is set in the hills and villas outside of Rome, and chronicles Julius Caesar’s world of manipulation and power. Actor David Strathairn co-stars; Richard Nelson wrote the play.
Event: "Conversations in Tusculum" runs through March 30 The Public Theater
Is American society anti-intellectual? Also: some great names from the stage and screen world. David Strathairn and Tony Award-winning playwright Richard Nelson talk about "Conversations in Tusculum," their new play at the Public. Alan Cumming, who's starring in a revival of Chekhov’s “The Seagull.” And...Gabriel Byrne on his role as ...
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