Author: Massimo Iacoboni

Enrico IV

It’s the beginning of the 20th century, and in a somewhat lugubrious mansion in the Italian countryside, furnished to resemble Henry’s imperial palace at Goslar and staffed with servants in period costumes, the mad Enrico sits on his throne berating the Emperor’s enemies.

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Bedlam’s Peter Pan

Expectations were high for Bedlam’s adaptation of yet another beloved classic, J. M. Barrie’s Peter Pan or The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up, which Barrie wrote for the stage in 1904 and subsequently adapted into the iconic novel.

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Substantially reworked by its author for this second Broadway run, M. Butterfly – a smash it in 1988 – made a star of actor B.D. Wong, while earning David Henry Hwang the distinction of being the first Asian-American playwright with a major production on the Great White Way.

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