Monday, April 23 at 5pm
This panel will look at the extraordinary work and legacy of Tony Award-winning playwright John Guare. Using EgoPo’s Lydie Breeze Trilogy as a lens, the panel will discuss how Guare’s work has been part of the transition of American theater writing from kitchen sink naturalism to a new theatrical expressionism, and how to maintain theater’s vitality going forward.
Hosted by Rowan University’s College of Performing Arts
Moderated by Cameron Kelsall, Critic for the Broad Street Review and Exeunt Magazine
Featuring: Lydie Breeze Trilogy playwright John Guare, Lydie Breeze Trilogy Director and Rowan University Professor Lane Savadove, Director and Rowan University Professor Melanie Stewart, Director and Temple University Professor Douglas Wager, Lydie Breeze Trilogy actor and Rowan University student Kylie Westerbeck.
Run time: 90 minutes
Venue: Tohill Theater in Bunce Hall, Rowan University
100 Bunce Circle, Glassboro, NJ 08028