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New York Times Review of LIKE POETRY

Anita Gates wrote a wonderful review of LIKE POETRY in The New York Times on August 15th. Read the review here: http://artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/08/15/new-york-fringe-festival-report-like-poetry/?_r=1

Congratulations, playwright Kristian O’Hare, and the whole production team. I dramaturged the play in its pre-production stage in May, 2013.

Excerpt: “This highly promising production, which concluded its run on Wednesday night, is beautifully structured, with an impressive blend of poignancy and humor, nicely distinct performances, and respectfully playful direction by Audrey Alford.”



TheatreNow! Interview with Margo Jefferson

Hamilton Dramaturgy’s TheatreNow! Is a podcast series featuring some of the most exciting women artists working in the theatre today.  Anne Hamilton is the producer and host.  You may listen to the podcasts and read the transcripts at http://hamiltondramaturgystheatrenow.com

 Interview with Margo Jefferson, Theatre and Cultural Critic

(Season 3, Episode 3, Recorded June 26, 2012)

Hamilton Dramaturgy’s TheatreNow! Interview with Margo Jefferson

Anne Hamilton: Welcome to Hamilton Dramaturgy’s TheatreNow! This is a podcast series featuring some of the most exciting women artists working in the theatre today. I’m your host, Anne Hamilton. Today, our guest is Margo Jefferson. Miss Jefferson is a Pulitzer Prize-winning cultural critic who wrote about books, theatre, and the arts for The New York Times for 13 years. Her writing has also appeared in Bookforum, Salon, The Nation, The Washington Post, New York Magazine, Vogue, and Newsweek, among other publications. Her book On Michael Jackson was published by Pantheon in 2005 and Vintage in 2006. And the essay she wrote on Michelle Obama, “Movin’ On Up”, was published in Best African American Essays: 2010. She also wrote and performed SIXTY MINUTES IN NEGROLAND at The Cherry Lane Theater and The Culture Project.

Hamilton Dramaturgy’s TheatreNow! is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the purposes of Hamilton Dramaturgy’s TheatreNow! must be made payable to Fractured Atlas and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.