This ‘stupefying’ story of a Norwegian diplomat caught a playwright’s eye. Now it’s a Tony Award-winning play coming to Utah
“I’ve seen many shows in that grand Pioneer Theatre, so I’m tickled to actually have one of my plays done in that space,” Rogers said
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“The important thing to remember when working on this play is that it is not a documentary but rather, a look at what it takes to get people who wouldn’t ordinarily talk to each other to do so,” said Azenberg.
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“One of the (many) things I love about this play is how undaunting it is. You hear ‘history play, peace in the Middle East’ and immediately think ‘Uh-oh, here comes hard work.’ But not this play,” said Jeff Talbott
This production is sponsored by:
Judy Brady & Drew W. Browning