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A gripping, lucid examination of the dangerous intersection of economic, social, and personal forces.

Ken Marks, The New Yorker
on Days to Come

The Mint Theater has turned what was originally a Broadway flop into a gripping piece of storytelling.

Terry Teachout, Wall Street Journal
on Days to Come

Recent stage: The Mint Theater Company production of Lillian Hellman’s Days to Come , directed by J.R. Sullivan, at the Beckett Theatre, Theatre Row.

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A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur hasn’t received a major production in New York since its 1979 premiere. This stellar revival by director Austin Pendleton makes us seriously wonder why.

Zachary Stewart, TheatreMania
on A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur

Wickedly witty … La Femme and Pendleton deserve our thanks for bringing attention back to something worth mounting from Tennessee Williams’ “declining years.”

Jonathan Mandell, New York Theater
on A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur

This lesser produced Tennessee Williams play is a gem of complexity. Austin Pendleton and this marvelous cast take the audience on a truthful and intimate journey.

Domenick Danza, More than the Play
on A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur

On stage: Tennessee Williams’s A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur, directed by Austin Pendleton for La Femme Theatre Productions. Official opening September 23. Through October 21 at Theatre at St. Clement’s.

 Kristine Nielsen as Bodey, and Jean Lichty as Dotty. Photo by Joan Marcus.

Kristine Nielsen as Bodey, and Jean Lichty as Dotty. Photo by Joan Marcus.

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On demand: Dietland (AMC), with Rowena King as Cheryl Crane-Murphy. Via AMC.com, the AMC-TV app, and AMC On Demand.

“Witty, heartbreaking and brutal”—and topping Rolling Stone’s 10 Best TV Shows From 2018 (So Far) That You Should Be Watching.

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On demand: The film of Anna Deavere Smith’s Notes from the Field, directed by Kristi Zea; via HBO Go and HBO Now.

One of the Best TV shows of 2018 so farNewsweek

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In print: My article “Speech stereotypes: good vs. evil” is one of the 14 most-read articles in Voice and Speech Review! It’s based on a panel I led at the Voice and Speech Trainers Association Conference in Washington, D.C., with panelists/co-authors Eric Armstrong, Kim James Bey, Douglas Honorof, and Adrianne Moore. To get the most out of the article(s), you’ll need to download the PDF file(s). The internal links don’t work in the online text versions. FREE until the end of 2018.

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Recent stage: Little Rock, at the Sheen Center for Thought and Culture, June 14–September 8.

Amy Stoller as dialect designer gave the appropriate actors playing Arkansas characters their Little Rock speech.

Victor Gluck, TheaterScene
on Little Rock

PBS interview moderated by Elisa Litchenbaum; featuring Little Rock cast members Anita Welch and Shanice Williams. (Thanks, Anita, for the shout-out at 12:46!)