SPECIAL CURATED PANEL DISCUSSION: SATurday, DEC. 14
Following the Saturday, December 14 matinee performance of The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence, Playwrights Horizons will host a special panel discussion curated by Watson playwright MADELEINE GEORGE.
The panel is the second in our series that began on September 28 with Anne Washburn's "On Cartoons, Culture, and the End of the World" panel, in conjunction with her play Mr. Burns.
In addition to Ms. George, the December 14 panel will feature the following panelists:
Whether or not you are seeing the show on December 14, if you wish to partake in this free event, which will begin at 4:45pm please RSVP by filling out the short form below by Friday, December 13th at 5:00pm.
RSVP FOR PANEL
We will confirm via e-mail with those who have seats. Only those with confirmed reservations will be able to attend.
We look forward to seeing you on December 14. If you are unable to join us in person, we encourage you to tune into our live-stream of the discussion.
SAVE THE DATE
Thursday, February 13: meet Sarah Ruhl at the Drama Book Shop, followed by book signing. Free. Reservations will be required.
More information on these events is forthcoming.
During the run of every production, post-performance discussions with the playwright, director and the Artistic Director are scheduled. These discussions are an important aspect of our play development process. We hope you can take part!
To be announced
OPEN CAPTIONED PERFORMANCES
We offer one open-captioned performance per Mainstage production for theatergoers who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Saturday, December 14 (2:30pm matinee)
Open captioned performances at Playwrights Horizons are supported by The Theodore H. Barth Foundation, Inc. and the Theatre Development Fund's TAP Plus program, in cooperation with the New York State Council on the Arts, and are provided by c2.