Ben Brantley’s review of Richard Maxwell’s People Without History appeared in the NY Times March 24:
Swimming Across the Rough Sea of History
Sing the news, o balladeers. Richard Maxwell has put on chain mail again, boldly returning to the 15th-century battlefield where once he lay trounced and bleeding. Now his banner, proud and tattered, flies there under the name of “People Without History,” his new play at the Performing Garage in SoHo. A land that no one expected Mr. Maxwell to claim is his . . .
Director: Brian Mendes
Writer: Richard Maxwell
Designer: Lara Furniss
Technical Director: Joe Silovsky
Company Manager: Nicholas Elliott
13 shows only. Thursday through Sunday, March 19th – April 5th, with an additional performance on Monday, March 30th.
Shows begin at 8:00 pm at The Performing Garage, 33 Wooster St, between Grand and Broome.
The closest subway stops are the Canal St stops of the 1, A, C, E, N, & R lines.
Tickets are $20 each.
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Co-produced with Dublin's Project Arts Centre: www.projectartscentre.ie
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Photo: Ashley Green
(Richard Maxwell’s work is included in DUO! The Best Scenes for Two for the 21st Century from Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, due out in June ‘09.)