Lincoln Center For The Theatre To Record 'Slave Play' Tonight For Archive

Slave Play will be recorded tonight for the Theatre on Film and Tape Archive, part of the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, at Lincoln Center.

Lead producer Greg Nobile said in the press release, “Six months ago when the question on everyone’s mind was ‘Is Broadway ready for Slave Play?’, we knew that Jeremy’s groundbreaking new work demanded to be seen, whether Broadway was ready or not. The reception we received from the theater community and from our audience has been astonishing. This play has opened doors and welcomed new audiences, many of whom thought theater wasn’t for them. We are thrilled that Robert’s brilliant production will live in the archive alongside such icons as Albee, Wilson, Sondheim, and Hansberry.”

Tickets forSlave Playare available at www.slaveplaybroadway.com,

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