Pippin Parker
American playwright
Pippin Parker
Pippin Parker is an American playwright and theatre director. He is Director of The New School for Drama.
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Världsstjärnornas syskon – känner du igen dem? - Metro
Google News - over 5 years
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Kathleen Chalfant to Be Artist-in-Residence at The New School for Drama - TheaterMania.com
Google News - over 5 years
In addition, she will speak about her experience on stage and her approach to theater during a town hall style meeting for the student body of The New School for Drama, to be moderated by New School for Drama Director Pippin Parker
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Lucky Guy & Sister Act - Broadway World
Google News - almost 6 years
With nearly every moment taking place between two seated actors, director Pippin Parker keeps Sherman's frequently clever and entertaining dialogue gliding at a clipped pace. Though Dishy takes fine advantage of his chance to explore the play's best
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Oh, Baby - New York Press
Google News - almost 6 years
Had it been produced in an actual shuttered restaurant, with the audience ranged around the actors as if they were actual, eavesdropping diners the play could have been more dynamic than the static staging from Pippin Parker allows
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Photo Coverage: KNICKERBOCKER Opening Night Arrivals at the Public! - Broadway World
Google News - almost 6 years
The Public Theater opened the New York premiere of KNICKERBOCKER, written by Jonathan Marc Sherman and directed by Pippin Parker last night, May 19. The final show in the 2010-2011 Public LAB season, KNICKERBOCKER began performances on May 6. ... - -
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Goings on About Town: The Theatre - New Yorker
Google News - almost 6 years
Pippin Parker directs the New York première of Jonathan Marc Sherman's play about the uncertainties of an expectant father. A Public LAB production. In previews. Opens May 19. (Public, 425 Lafayette St. 212-967-7555
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The Week Ahead | May 1 - May 7
NYTimes - almost 6 years
Theater Jason Zinoman ''I think maybe becoming a parent is an elaborate way of helping yourself tell time,'' Jerry says in one of his many searching meditations on impending fatherhood in Jonathan Marc Sherman's ''KNICKERBOCKER.'' The play, part of the Public Theater's Public Lab series, which presents short runs of new works, is a series of sharp
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What's On Today
NYTimes - over 8 years
9 P.M. (13) BETRAYED In March 2007 George Packer wrote an article for The New Yorker about interpreters who jeopardized their lives on behalf of Americans in Iraq. He turned his reporting into a play about three young Iraqis, two men and a woman, motivated to risk everything by the promise of freedom. Writing in The New York Times, Charles
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THEATER; The Party's Over. Time to Get Serious Again.
NYTimes - almost 11 years
PEOPLE opening the invitation for Naked Angels' celebrity-studded benefit on June 4 -- a reading of ''All the President's Men,'' with Edie Falco, Ron Rifkin, David Strathairn and Sam Waterston -- may feel they've been suddenly sucked into a time warp. After all, back in its heyday, the late 1980's to early 90's, the Naked Angels Theater Company was
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TALKING MONEY WITH: SARAH JESSICA PARKER; From A Start On Welfare To Riches In the City
NYTimes - over 16 years
IT happened decades ago, but Sarah Jessica Parker well remembers a horribly embarrassing experience. In the third grade at the Clifton School in Cincinnati, her teacher called out her name and she had to go to the front of the line each day to get a ticket for her free lunch from the state. ''We were on welfare,'' recalled Ms. Parker, the
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THEATER; For Two Actors, an Unending, Often Interrupted Courtship
NYTimes - about 18 years
IT may be one of the clumsiest openers in the history of mating. ''How are you doing, Jessica?'' says Warren, a nervous young man. ''You're looking very automated tonight.'' ''What is that supposed to mean?'' Jessica responds sharply. ''Nothing,'' he says, with a shrug. ''It's just a fashion concept.'' Thus begins the cringe-inducing courtship of
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Review/Theater; Artists' Home of Legend
NYTimes - over 26 years
LEAD: People come and people go, but most of all, people stay. This is the Chelsea Hotel, the legendary West Side home of writers and artists, a building fallen from its former glory and surviving in memories conjured up by newer, younger residents and by the few who have been left in place. The play, Nicole Burdette's ''Chelsea Walls,'' at the
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