Pipeline: Who Am I This Time? (And Other Conundrums Of Love) By Aaron Posner, Adapted From Kurt Vonnegut Stories

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Pipeline: Who Am I This Time? (And Other Conundrums Of Love) By Aaron Posner, Adapted From Kurt Vonnegut Stories says
Who Am I This Time? (And Other Conundrums of Love) by Aaron Posner, adapted from Kurt Vonnegut stories

Presented by The Pipeline@NCTC

Monday, July 20th at 7:30 PM

Solo Bar in Queen Anne. 200 Roy St. (206) 213-0080


Can we ever protect ourselves from the idiocy of our hearts?

Set in 1962 on the stage of The North Crawford Mask & Wig Club ("the finest community theatre in central Connecticut!"), three early comic masterpieces by Kurt Vonnegut (Long Walk to Forever, Who am I This Time? and Go Back to Your Precious Wife and Son) are sewn together into a seamless evening of hilarity and humanity.


About the Playwright:
Aaron Posner’s adaptations include two novels by Chaim Potok: The Chosen, which has had more than 50 professional productions around the world and My Name Is Asher Lev, which after more than a dozen productions across the country, ran for ten months Off-Broadway in 2012/13 and won the Outer Circle Critics Award for Best New Off-Broadway Play. With Michael Hollinger he created an adaptation of Cyrano which he directed in its premiere at the Arden Theatre and which went on to win him a Helen Hayes Award as Director in its Washington, D.C. production. Other plays include: Who Am I This Time? (and Other Conundrums of Love) adapted from Kurt Vonnegut stories which premiered at Artists Rep under the title And So It Goes; Third & Indiana adapted from Steve Lopez (Arden Theatre); Brief Interviews With Hideous Men adapted from David Foster Wallace (1812 Productions); and Sometimes a Great Notion adapted from Ken Kesey (Portland Center Stage). His musical adaptation of Mark Twain’s A Murder, A Mystery & A Marriage (with James Sugg) premiered at the Delaware Theatre Company and was nominated for ten Barrymore Awards and the Helen Hayes Award for Best New Play for its production at Round House Theatre. Stupid Fucking Bird premiered at Woolly Mammoth Theatre in Washington, D.C. and was the 2014 Helen Hayes award winner for Best New Play.

Directed by Annie Lareau

Featuring NCTC Company Members Brenda Joyner, Peter Dylan O'Connor, Michael Patten, Betsy Schwartz, MJ Sieber, Evan Whitfield, and Guest Artist Lisa Viertel


Admission is free. Donations are gladly accepted.
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By: New Century Theatre Company

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