Classic Stage Company today announced a virtual Classic Conversation with Tony-winning actress and singer Anika Noni Rose (Broadway: Caroline, or Change; Off-Broadway: Carmen Jones at CSC; Film: The Princess and the Frog, Dreamgirls) on OCTOBER 29. For its Fall 2020 season, while awaiting the return of live productions, CSC scaled up its timely virtual Classic Conversations initiative (alongside the CSC Podcast), offering extraordinarily revealing discussions with an array of theater luminaries, often reflecting on the vast crisis currently confronting the American theater at large-and the best paths forward for the field.
In the John Doyle-directed CSC production of Carmen Jones in 2018, Rose starred as the the title character. Rose and Doyle reconnect in a Classic Conversations engagement that continues the series' lineup featuring eminent actors and directors, critics, and influential leaders of institutional theaters, all interviewed remotely by Doyle. Other previously announced upcoming Classic Conversations feature Timothy Douglas (Director, Frankenstein at CSC), on OCTOBER 22; Tony-winner John Weidman (Writer, Assassins), on NOVEMBER 12; and Hilton Als (Staff Writer and Former Theatre Critic, The New Yorker), on NOVEMBER 19. Classic Conversations episodes premiere on CSC's YouTube and Facebook and are available to view afterwards on Facebook and Instagram IGTV.
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CSC Announces CLASSIC CONVERSATIONS Episode With Anika Noni Rose
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Classic Stage Company today announced a virtual Classic Conversation with Tony-winning actress and singer Anika Noni Rose (Broadway: Caroline, or Change; Off-Broadway: Carmen Jones at CSC; Film: The Princess and the Frog, Dreamgirls) on October 29.