by Heidi Nelson
13 September-25 September 2011
Freelance dramaturg Heidi Nelson worked on the ArtsEmerson’s presentation of The Foundry Theatre’s world premiere of How Much Is Enough: Our Values in Question. We invite you to comment on the interesting dramaturgical questions that this play is raising. The Foundry Theatre will also present this work November 3-27, 2011 at St. Ann’s Warehouse.
Can you name a play in which audience members dance, turn change out of their pockets, speak truths, tell lies, weave stories about the past, and share dreams for the future? All this and more happens in the Foundry Theatre’s How Much Is Enough: Our Values in Question. Because ArtsEmerson will host The Foundry in August and September for rehearsals and the world premiere, I visited the company in New York City for a casual workshop rehearsal to get a better idea of what this curious new piece holds in store. Read More: click here.
How Much is Enough: Our Values in Question written by Kirk Lynn, created and directed by Melanie Joseph. At the Jackie Liebergott Black Box Paramount Center, 559 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111