Lectures & Learning, Stage

Prologue: John Lahr

When: Sun., Sept. 20, 2:30-3:30 p.m. 2015

John Lahr is everything you could want in a theater critic. He's managed theaters and won a Tony Award for playwriting; penned well-received books on heavyweights like Tennessee Williams and Noel Coward; and carried The New Yorker's theater coverage for more than two decades. And did we mention that he gets out of the city to visit places like TheatreWorks' Dusty Loo Bon Vivant Theatre (3955 Regent Circle, theatreworkscs.org)? He'll give a Prologue Lecture there at 2:30 today, before the 4 o'clock production of Coward's Private Lives. Lecture admission is free — just reserve a spot online. — Kirk Woundy

Price: Free

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