Recorded during a performance with the resulting excerpts used for promotional purposes, it was never intended that the productions would be shown in their entirety. The newly edited footage of the performances will give viewers the opportunity to revisit or discover these LCT shows in full.
MARYS SEACOLE will stream for free beginning Thursday, June 10 at 7pm through Sunday, July 4 on Broadway On Demand.
In MARYS SEACOLE, Mary is an ambitious Jamaican woman determined to live a grand life; her adventures take her across oceans and eras, from a battlefield of the Crimean War to a contemporary nursing home, and many times and places in between. MARYS SEACOLE is an exploration of what it means to be a woman who is paid to care. The Lincoln Center Theater/LCT3 production opened at the Claire Tow Theater on February 25, 2019 with a cast that included Gabby Beans, Quincy Tyler Bernstine, Marceline Hugot, Karen Kandel, Ismenia Mendes and Lucy Taylor.
MARYS SEACOLE went on to enjoy an extended run with playwright Jackie Sibblies Drury and director Lileana Blain-Cruz winning a Special Citation Obie Award for their work. Quincy Tyler Bernstine won the Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play for her performance as Mary as well as an Obie Award for Sustained Excellence.
THE WOLVES by Sarah DeLappe, directed by Lila Neugebauer
(2017, Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater)
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March 18 - April 11, 2021: VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE (2012). This Tony® Award-winning Best Play (2013) takes 3 mismatched siblings (played to the hilt by Kristine Nielsen, David Hyde Pierce and Sigourney Weaver), adds 1 boy toy (Billy Magnussen), throws in themes from Chekhov, pours it all into a blender and mixes it up. The result? An utterly hilarious, touching work by master of comedy, Christopher Durang.
April 22 - May 16, 2021: THE ROYALE (2016). When is a play about a boxer not really about boxing? When it's the 2016 Obie and Drama Desk Award-winning THE ROYALE! The play is about the life of the outsider in America as much as it is about charismatic African-American boxer Jay “The Sport” Jackson. The stylized and stunning conception of Marco Ramirez was realized by director Rachel Chavkin.