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Jan 11, 2016
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Jan 11, 2016
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Segal Theatre
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Scott Irvine (War Horse) and Omnivore (The King and I) 300dpi

Photos by Scott Irvine (War Horse) and Omnivore (The King and I)


Monday, January 11
Segal Theatre

6:30pm Discussion

FREE + Open to public. First come, first served.

Join us for an evening in celebration of the Lincoln Center Theater Review, a literary and art journal that accompanies the productions at Lincoln Center Theater. Founded in 1987 by John Guare, the magazine solicits responses to the themes and issues in the plays from visual artists and noted writers of fiction, poetry and commentary, in the belief that theater plays a part in the intellectual discourse of our time. The Review’s past contributors have included authors Nadine Gordimer, Arthur Miller, Vaclav Havel, Athol Fugard, Sigrid Nunez, Peter Brook, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Cynthia Ozick, Barbara Gelb, Oscar Hijuelos, Jane Smiley, Colm Toibin, Charles Johnson, James Salter, Robertson Davies, Pete Hammill, Mary Gordon, Margaret Atwood, Philip Levine, Philip Howard, Samuel Beckett, and Christopher Buckley, as well as countless playwrights, actors, and designers from LCT’s productions. The Review’s literary content is enhanced with the work of a distinguished roster of visual artists, including Kiki Smith, Gregory Crewdson, Cindy Sherman, Keith Carter, Ed Ruscha, William Kentridge, Yinka Shonibare, and David Salle.

Published three times each season, the Review has a typical print-run of 10,000 copies of each issue. As many as 250,000 copies were printed for the productions of South Pacific and War Horse in their extended runs, as well as LCT’s current Tony Award winning production of The King and I. The magazine also has a mailing list of subscribers and is distributed to libraries and national theater and book critics. It is available to audience members in in the LCT lobbies and is available, for free, online on the Theater’s website www.lct.org/explore/magazine.

Founder and Co-Executive Editor John Guare will be joined by LCT Dramaturg and Co-Executive Editor Anne Cattaneo, Editor Alexis Gargagliano, Art Director Tamar Cohen, and Picture Editor David Leopold. Moderated by Frank Hentschker. A slideshow presentation will showcase highlights from past issues and the editorial team, which has worked together for almost two decades, will discuss their challenges and successes, as well as the mission of the Review. Complimentary issues will be distributed.

 

 

John Guare by Paul Kolnik

Photo by Paul Kolnik

John Guare’s plays and films include A Free Man of Color (Pulitzer Prize finalist), Lydie Breeze, Landscape of the BodyThe House of Blue Leaves (NY Drama Critics Circle Award); Six Degrees of Separation (NY Drama Critics Circle Award; London’s Olivier Award Best play) Atlantic City (Oscar nomination); Two Gentlemen of Verona (Tony Award).  PEN Master Dramatist Award; Gold Medal in Drama: American Academy of Arts and Letters; Obie Sustained Excellence. Council member Dramatists Guild; Founder and Co-Executive Editor of the Lincoln Center Theater Review

 

Anne Cattaneo by Sara Krulwich

Photo by Sara Krulwich

Anne Cattaneo is the dramaturg of Lincoln Center Theater and the creator of the Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab.  A three term past president of Literary Mangers and Dramaturgs of the Americas, she is the recipient of LMDA’s first Lessing Award for lifetime achievement of dramaturgy. In 2011, she was awarded the Margo Jones Medal given annually to a “citizen of the theater who has demonstrated a significant impact, understanding and affirmation of the craft of playwriting, with a lifetime commitment to the encouragement of the living theatre everywhere.”  She is the Co-Executive Editor of the Lincoln Center Theater Review.

 

Photo by Rex Bonomelli

Photo by Rex Bonomelli

Alexis Gargagliano is the editor of the Lincoln Center Theater Review and an executive editor at Regan Arts, she has also worked at Scribner and Atavist Books and has had the pleasure of working with such wonderful authors as Anita Amirrezvani, Matt Bondurant, Staceyann Chin, Alison Espach, Cristina García, Adam Gollner, Linda Grant, Linda Gray, Charles Johnson, Tracie McMillan, Robin Romm, Ronda Rousey, and Juliet Schor.

 

Photo Courtesy of the Artist

Photo Courtesy of the Artist

Tamar Cohen is a New York-born and-based graphic designer and fine artist. She has art directed and designed over 55 issues of the Lincoln Center Theater Review in the last 22 years. She splits her time between her design firm Tamarco where her clients have included Chronicle Books, the Gap, Nickelodeon, TBS, ESPN and Swatch and working on her own silk-screened collage abstractions. You can see more of her work at tamarcohen.com.

 

Photo Courtesy of the Artist

David Leopold has organized exhibitions for museums around the country including the Library of Congress and the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. Internationally, he has curated shows for the Victoria and Albert Museum, and the Filmmuseums in Frankfurt and Berlin. He is now the Creative Director for the Al Hirschfeld Foundation and, as author, his latest book, The Hirschfeld Century: Portrait of An Artist and His Age was published by Alfred A. Knopf to coincide with a major retrospective that Leopold curated for the New York Historical Society. For the last two decades, Leopold has been the Picture Editor of the Lincoln Center Theater Review.

 

 

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