Saturday, September 26, 2020

Slave Play

‘Slave Play’ becomes part of NYPL’s Theatre on Film and Tape Archive

Wednesday night’s performance of “Slave Play” will be filmed by the New York Public Library’s Theatre on Film and Tape Archive. Every year, the Theatre...

‘Slave Play’ launches new program of patrons gifting tickets

“Slave Play” is formalizing a model of gifting tickets to attendees who may not otherwise be able to see the play.  The program, called Broadway...

‘Slave Play’ announces two-week extension

“Slave Play” will extend an additional two weeks on Broadway, the producers announced Thursday.  The Jeremy O. Harris play, which opened at the Golden Theatre...

Review: ‘Slave Play’ questions more than it answers

If there’s anything more boring than hearing about other people’s dreams, it’s hearing about their therapy sessions. And, to my mind, hearing about people's sexual...

‘Slave Play’ welcomes and challenges its Broadway audience

During the invited dress rehearsal for “Slave Play,” a giant mirror — now expanded to two stories for the Broadway stage — reflected an...

‘Slave Play’ announces full Broadway cast

“Slave Play” will bring the majority of its Off-Broadway cast to Broadway this fall.  The Broadway cast will feature Paul Alexander Nolan, Ato Blankson-Wood, James...

‘Slave Play’ announces Broadway run

“Slave Play” is coming to Broadway this fall. It’s certainly not the trajectory that playwright Jeremy O. Harris envisioned for his work. But then again,...