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JONATHAN BANK

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PRAISE FOR THE MINT:

PRODUCING ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

The classiest resurrectionists in town, the Mint Theater Company

MAY 30 THROUGH JULY 14

specializes in reviving forgotten plays and playwrights.

Of all the countless off-Broadway troupes with which the side streets of Manhattan are dotted, none has a more distinctive mission— or a higher artistic batting average—than the Mint Theater Company, which “finds and produces worthwhile plays from the past that have been lost or forgotten.” If that sounds dull to you, don’t be fooled: I’ve never seen a production there that was a sliver

less than superb. Terry Teachout, The Wall Street Journal

The Mint Theater makes other companies look ridiculous by lovingly

producing forgotten plays that are much better than many that are repeatedly revived. Jason Zinoman, The New York Times, 2007

For anyone who cares about continuity in theater history, who wants to see connections between playwrights over centuries, the Mint Theater Company is heroic. While the big nonprofits roll out the same greatest hits of Western drama (with very little dramaturgical insight or motivation), the Mint finds obscure but rewarding riches from the shadowy recesses of its vault. David Cote, Time Out New York Mr. Bank is one of a handful of theater artists in America whose name is

an absolute guarantee of quality. Terry Teachout, The Wall Street Journal

Mint Theater Company, resurrectionist extraordinaire of forgotten plays. Ben Brantley, The New York Times

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PERFORMANCES BEGIN MAY 30

The Mint does for forgotten drama what Encores! does for musicals. David Rooney, The New York Times

Theatre Row 410 West 42nd St, between 9th & 10th

Company unearths long-forgotten plays and imbues them with new life.

Andy Webster, The New York Times

Administrative Office 330 West 42nd St, Ste 1210 NY, NY 10036

Thank heaven for the unwavering commitment of Jonathan Bank, the theatrical archaeologist whose Mint Theater

A haunting and beautiful play from Micheál mac Liammóir: “The dominant figure in the Irish theatrical world for almost half a century.” The Irish Times, 1978

Alexis Soloski, The New York Times

THEATRE ROW 410 WEST 42 STREET MINTTHEATER.ORG THIS PRODUCTION IS SUPPORTED IN PART BY: The New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

By public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

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