Tag: Mint Theater Company

‘The Price of Thomas Scott’ Offers Social Themes, a Dutiful Daughter, and Dance Breaks

The Mint Theater will unfurl a trio of plays this season by Elizabeth Baker (1876-1962), a woman of religious upbringing who worked in her family dry goods business as a teenager and in London offices in her twenties and thirties, where she discovered theater and began to write plays. The Price of Thomas Scott, the

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Neglected Plays of Teresa Deevy Mints New Vaudeville

[article as originally published in The Clyde Fitch Report, August 28, 2017.] The title of The Suitcase Under the Bed is both self-effacing and self-referential. With this production, Mint Theater Company’s Artistic Director Jonathan Bank continues its commitment to staging, publishing and promoting the works of Irish playwright Teresa Deevy (1894-1963), who made a splash early in her career at Dublin’s Abbey

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In “Women Without Men,” Women Count

[article originally published at The Clyde Fitch Report, February 18, 2016.] Feature Image: Women Without Men By Hazel Ellis, directed by Jenn Thompson, presented by The Mint Theater Company at New York City Center. Photo by Richard Termine.   Women Without Men, the Off-Broadway offering from the Mint Theater opening Feb. 25, 2016 at New York

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review: rutherford & son

Rutherford & Son by Githa Sowerby Directed by Richard Corley Featuring Sara Surrey, Allison McLemore, Robert Hogan, John Patrick Nelson Mint Theater Company, 311 West 43rd Street February 27, 2012 — April 3, 2012 [extended] production web site Reviewed by Martha Wade Steketee February 22, 2012 There are social movements and resonant political history throughout

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review: a little journey

A Little Journey By Rachel Crothers Directed by Jackson Gay Featuring Laurie Birmingham, Rosemary Prinz, Samantha Soule Mint Theater Company, 311 West 43rd Street production web site: http://www.minttheater.org/onstage/current.html May 12, 2011 — July 10, 2011 Reviewed by Martha Wade Steketee June 5, 2011 A “lost play” from 1918 that hasn’t been on stage for decades now

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