Special Writing Life Presentation: Library Tales: Short Plays Inspired by the People and History of The New York Society Library - Fully Registered
A group of talented Dramatists Guild playwrights have created original short plays inspired by episodes in the Library's own past. Join us and an extraordinary troupe of actors for a one-of-a-kind afternoon of drama, laughs, fantasy, and history.
Directed by Janice L. Goldberg | Music by George Benton England | Costumes by Jacqueline Braswell | Produced by Leslie Corn
- A Picture Is Worth... by Stephanie Griffin (the chambers of King George III, 1784)
- George Washington's Fine by Leslie Corn (our City Hall location, late 1700s and the present)
- The Lorenzo Da Ponte Collection by Tajlei Levis (our Nassau Street location, 1827)
- Frank by Beth Blatt (our University Place location, 1850s)
- Henry James: The Art of Writing by Denise Chiarella (our University Place location, 1862)
- Winging It with Audubon by Carol W. Berman (our current location, 1973)
Sidebar: Head Librarian Sanborn Wentworth Butler and the Library's staff in our University Place building, late 19th century.
The Writing Life events in 2019 are generously underwritten by Jenny Lawrence.
This event is fully registered. To add your name to the waitlist, please contact the Events Office at 212.288.6900 x230 or firstname.lastname@example.org.