SURROUND EVENTS: THE LONELY WAY
SAVE THE DATE:
Discussions last approximately 50 minutes and can be attended by all Mint patrons free of charge.
Monday, May 2nd FINDING J. M. BARRIE
Arthur Schnitzler and Fin de Siecle Vienna – Sat. Feb. 5 following the matinee Join Mark Anderson, Prof. of Germanic Languages (Columbia Univ.) for a discussion on turn-of-the-century Vienna and one of the leading figures of its literary avant-garde—Arthur Schnitzler. Anderson is the author of the upcoming Uncanny Nation: The Jewish-German Origins of Modernity from Paris to Bayreuth. He holds degrees from Johns Hopkins, Wesleyan, and L’Université de Paris.
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR JONATHAN BANK PRESENTS
Translating Schnitzler – Sat. Feb. 12 following the matinee Meet Margret Schaefer, the translator of Mint’s newly commissioned version of Der Einsame Weg. Schaefer has also published two volumes of Schnitzler’s short fiction—Night Games (2002) and Desire and Delusion (2003) and is currently working on a 3rd. She received her Ph. D. from U.C. Berkeley and has taught Comparative Literature at Berkeley, San Francisco State and the Univ. of Illinois, Chicago. Books will be available for purchase. Psychoanalysis and Literature in Vienna - Sat. Feb. 19 following the matinee Martin Harries, Assoc. Prof. of English (NYU) will speak on the intersection of two powerful forces shaping turn-of-the-century thought. He has published in New German Critique, Theatre Journal and The Yale Journal of Criticism and is at work on his 2nd book: Lot’s Wife: Looking Back at Disaster in the Twentieth Century. Harries was educated at Yale, Columbia and Cambridge Universities and has also taught at Yale, Williams College and Princeton. Parents, Children and Identity – Sat. Feb. 26 following the matinee The Lonely Way raises compelling questions about identity. A child discovers his parents are not who he thought they were. A parent seeks a relationship with the child they gave up for adoption. Join two experts from the Association of Marriage and Family Therapists who will discuss the psychological and social questions raised by The Lonely Way. Also: Mint Artistic Director Jonathan Bank and members of the cast will talk about the play and take your questions after the performance every Thursday night in February.
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SET DESIGN VICKI R. DAVIS
I ordered tickets for THE LONELY WAY for_______ 2005 @ __pm. Paid By: ❏ Visa/MC/Amex ❏ Check #___ The Mint Theater is located at 311 West 43rd Street, 5th floor All tickets will be HELD at the Box Office and are available for pick-up ONE HOUR prior to curtain. NO LATE SEATING Policy Strictly Enforced!
LIGHTING DESIGN BEN STANTON COSTUME DESIGN HENRY SHAFFER
How to purchase your tickets for THE LONELY WAY:
PROPS SPECIALIST JUDI GURALNICK
• By Mail (or) In-Person: Mint Theater Company (No Service Charges) 311 West 43rd Street, 5th floor New York, NY 10036 • By Phone: (212) 315-0231 ($2.50 per ticket service charge will apply) • On-line: www.minttheater.org (No Service Charges) • Groups of 15 or more: 212-315-9703 (ask for Ted Altschuler)
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR KIMBERLY MUELLER CASTING DIRECTOR SHARRON BOWER
PRESS REPRESENTATIVE DAVID GERSTEN & ASSOCIATES GRAPHIC DESIGN JUDE DVORAK
$35 for performances February 1st – February 20th $45 for performances February 22nd – March 27th
Performance: Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday at 7pm Friday-Saturday at 8pm & Saturday-Sunday at 2pm
SOUND DESIGN JANE SHAW
ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER SARAH DUNCAN
This year’s gala - Finding J. M. Barrie - presents two more short gems by the writer of Echoes of the War & Peter Pan. It will feature - a cast of New York’s finest talent, a lovely reception and silent auction including some hard to find tickets, health-club memberships, a handmade quilt, fine wine and more! Call 212-315-0231 to request your invitation.
DIRECTOR JONATHAN BANK
PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER SAMONE B. WEISSMAN
Question: Do you know where The Old Lady Shows her Medals starring Frances Sternhagen had its first Mint presentation? Answer: As part of last year’s Gala Benefit!
FEBRUARY 1ST THROUGH MARCH 27TH
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