I’m barely recovered from the frenzy of the Edinburgh Fringe, soyou may already be aware of these incoming plays, new to me. You can read about my Award winner in this New York Times article.
Although I’m not a huge fan of snooker, and you don’t need me to tell you about big Broadway shows — I’m not going to miss Richard Bean’s “The Nap.” After reading this review, albeit from a previous production, it may appeal to you, too. For discounted tickets, go to www.telechargeoffers.com and use the code “NAPDRM”
Don’t leave that www.telechargeoffers.com site without also purchasing tickets for “The Ferryman,” using code “FMDRM801”. You must not let this Jez Butterworth masterpiece slip by — Sam Mendes directed this same production, which won every major London award. I wished it had gone on another 3 1/2 hours! Here’s one of many five star reviews.
I missed “The Waverly Gallery,” Kenneth Lonergan’s play about his grandmother’s Alzheimer’s, when it played in 2000, reviewed here in the New York Times. It sounds like yet another reason to stay on the discount site and buy seats, using code WGBBX611.
I’m really excited to see PlayCo’s “Intractable Woman.” Not only is it about one of Italy’s most notorious female journalist/activists, but it’s by Stafano Massini who just wowed London with his important “Lehman Trilogy.” Here’s just one of the rapturous reviews.
With any luck, you’ll still be able to snag a ticket for “Girl from the North Country” at the Public. It’s by Conor McPherson, with music by Bob Dylan and comes here with rave London reviews, such as this describing the show’s “ineffable magic” — do join the Public, give them a donation — whatever it takes!!
You may want to bid a fond farewell to A.R. Gurney with his “Final Follies,” three one-acts at Primary Stages — I need a last fix of his wholesome Wasp-wisdom in these uncivil times.
This is an exciting season for serious plays. I do hope to see you at the theatre!
Carol Tambor publishes a monthly newsletter, which announces worthy shows coming to New York, along with occasional information about London theatre and, of course, the Edinburgh Fringe.