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Indecent Exemplifies What Theater Can Be & Why We Go
Palm Beach Dramaworks’ Indecent is precisely the kind of thrilling evening that glories in what theater can be – a unique art form that cannot be matched by anything on film, anything hanging on a wall, anything reproducible on an mp3 or an mp4.
Posted in Performances, Reviews Tagged Anna Lise Jensen, Avi Hoffman, Brian O'Keefe, Cliff Burgess, Dani Marcus, Glen Rovinelli, Indecent, J. Barry Lewis, Jay Russell, Kathleen Wise, Laura Turnbull, Lynnette Barkley, Mark Jacoby, Matthew Korinko, Michael Amico, Palm Beach Dramaworks, Paul Black, Paula Vogel Leave a comment
Vogel Encourages Dramaworks To Use Indecent Script As Blueprint Not Straitjacket
Paula Vogel welcomes, even celebrates how imaginative directors and committed casts use her work as a starting blueprint for their own explorations. She is pleased that this week the team at Palm Beach Dramaworks will unveil their particular vision of Indecent, just one of 20 productions that have been or are being mounted around the country last season and this season.
Posted in Features Tagged Avi Hoffman, Dani Marcus, Indecent, J. Barry Lewis, Kathleen Wise, Palm Beach Dramaworks, Paula Vogel Leave a comment