Topics – Richard Maxwell
Current New Dramatists resident playwright Richard Maxwell interviews fellow resident Christina Anderson as her play Hollow Roots runs at New York City's Under the Radar Festival. Read More
Resident playwrights Kirsten Greenidge and Richard Maxwell were among the winners at the 2012 Village Voice Obie Awards. Alum Caridad Svich also received a Lifetime Achievement Award. Read More
The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation has announced the 21 performing artists in contemporary dance, jazz, theatre and multidisciplinary work who have been named as the inaugural Doris Duke Artists. Read More
On a typical January morning this year Richard Maxwell, 44, woke up in his apartment at Manhattan Plaza, took the subway downtown from the Port Authority terminal and ended up inside the Performing Garage, where he went to work directing the most famous experimental theater troupe in the world, the Wooster Group, in a rehearsal of Eugene O’Neill’s Early Plays. Read More
The Wooster Group has enlisted Richard Maxwell to adapt four of Eugene O'Neill's plays for the world premiere of Early Plays, anchored in the world of sailors and the sea, which will play St. Ann's Warehouse beginning Feb. 15, 2012. Read More
Resident playwright and theater director Richard Maxwell has been selected as one of the participants in the Whitney Museum of American Art's 75th annual "Biennial," which opens on March 1. Read More
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