THE FIFTH COLUMN
ADIRECTED PLAYBY BY ERNEST HEMINGWAY JONATHAN BANK WITH:
A PLAY BY
JAMES ANDREASSI, HEIDI ARMBRUSTER, KELLY AUCOIN, RYAN DUNCAN, RONALD GUTTMAN, JOHN HAYDEN, JOE HICKEY, CARLOS LOPEZ, NED NOYES, MARIA PARRA, JOE RAYOME, NICOLE SHALHOUB, TERESA YENQUE
This production is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency. Production design support provided by the Edith Lutyens and Norman Bel Geddes Foundation. Marketing support provided by the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation.
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR JONATHAN BANK GENERAL MANAGER SHERRI KOTIMSKY
SETS VICKI R. DAVIS COSTUMES CLINT RAMOS LIGHTS JEFF NELLIS SOUND JANE SHAW PROPS SCOTT BRODSKY DRAMATURGY JUAN SALAS ASSISTANT DIRECTOR JERRY RUIZ DIALECTS AMY STOLLER ASSISTANT LIGHTING DESIGNER BEN KRALL ASSISTANT COSTUME DESIGNER HUNTER KACZOROWSKI PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER LINDA HARRIS ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER JEFF MEYERS PRESS REPRESENTATIVE DAVID GERSTEN & ASSOCIATES ILLUSTRATION STEFANO IMBERT GRAPHICS HUNTER KACZOROWSKI CASTING STUART HOWARD, AMY SCHECTER & PAUL HARDT BOX OFFICE MANAGER COLLEEN T. SULLIVAN
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March 2nd “Philip Rawlings: Professional Agent”
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Professor Gerald Weales from University of Pennsylvania is a drama specialist, critic, and author or editor of a great many books, including “Revolution, a Collection of Plays”. Weales will discuss THE FIFTH COLUMN’s depiction of a professional agent working for the Comintern in a political and literary context.
March 8th “The Fifth Column In Context”
Professor Arthur Waldhorn is the author of “A Reader’s Guide to Ernest Hemingway” and “Ernest Hemingway, A Collection of Criticism,” as well as coeditor of “Hemingway and Faulkner in Their Time”. He is Professor Emeritus of English at the City College of New York.
March 9th “The Abraham Lincoln Brigade”
Anne Taibleson, Executive Director of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives (ALBA) will talk about the history of the North American role in the Spanish Civil War.
March 15th “Madrid, 1936-1939”
Juan Salas, Dramaturg for THE FIFTH COLUMN and a doctoral candidate at N.Y.U., will discuss daily life in Madrid during the war.
March 16th “THE FIFTH COLUMN on Broadway”
Jonathan Bank will discuss how it happened that the Theater Guild produced Hemingway’s play on Broadway in an “adaptation” by Benjamin Glazer.
March 22nd “The real fifth column in the Spanish Civil War”
Professor Noël Valis from Yale University will discuss THE FIFTH COLUMN and the real “fifth column” in the Spanish Civil War. Professor Valis is the author of numerous books as well as the editor of the recently released “Teaching Representations of the Spanish Civil War”.
April 5th “Typewriter Soldiers: The Uncivil Wars of Ernest Hemingway and Martha Gellhorn” Verna Kale is a Ph.D. candidate in English at Penn State. Her dissertation traces the evolution of the woman war correspondent in America.