LCT Spotlight Series Resumes with TURNING THE PAGE

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(L-R) Ayad Akhtar, Producing Artistic Director of Lincoln Center Theatre Andre Bishop and Sarah Ruhl attend the 2017 Lincoln Center Theater Benefit Celebrating Andre Bishop at David Geffen Hall on April 24, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Brian Killian/WireImage)
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January 5, 2021 7:00 PM

The LCT SPOTLIGHT SERIES, Lincoln Center Theater’s free program of digital events which features LCT artists in performance, conversation and more, resumes on Thursday, January 14th at 8pm with TURNING THE PAGE: LCT Artists Read Their Own Poetry and Prose.  To be introduced by poet and memoirist Honor Moore, author of the recently published memoir “Our Revolution: A Mother and Daughter at Midcentury,” the event will feature a host of LCT artists – playwrights David Adjmi, Ayad Akhtar and Sarah Ruhl; playwright/director James Lapine; director Jack O’Brien; and actor/writer Andrew Rannells reading from their own non-theatrical works.

Adjmi will read from his memoir “Lot Six: A Memoir;” Akhtar from his critically-acclaimed  “Homeland Elegies: A Novel;” Ruhl from her book of poetry “44 Poems for You;” Lapine from his upcoming “Putting It Together – How Stephen Sondheim and I Created Sunday in the Park with George;O’Brien from his soon-to-be-published memoir “Jack in the Box, or How to Goddam Direct;” and Rannells from his collection of essays published under the title “Too Much Is Not Enough: A Memoir of Fumbling Toward Adulthood.”

Visit to register for the zoom webinar for TURNING THE PAGE: LCT Artists Read Their Own Poetry and Prose and for more information on all of the upcoming LCT SPOTLIGHT SERIES programming.

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Zack Reiser

Zack Reiser has a passion for theatre, cooking, and music. With professional experience in various roles in the Broadway community, he could tell you how theatre works from the front of the house to the back of the stage. He’s been with the Theatrely team since 2019.