Alan Ayckbourn’s Haunting Julia

Monday, April 02, 2012 - 03:39 PM

Part Three in the Alan Ayckbourn Reading Series. Directed by Karin Coonrod.

Sir Alan Ayckbourn is an Olivier, Tony and Moliere Award winning playwright who has written 75 plays, more than half of which have been produced in London's West End, as well as on Broadway and around the world. As an acclaimed director, he has worked extensively in the West End and has also run his own company at the National Theatre. The Greene Space presents a series of plays by this distinguished playwright in celebration of the enormous breadth of his work.

To continue this series, Karin Coonrod, award-winning international theater artist, will direct Ayckbourn’s compelling work, Haunting Julia: a ghost story about a girl musical prodigy with unfinished business.

The Work of Alan Ayckbourn is presented as part of The Greene Space Initiative A New Theater of Sound in collaboration with Yorinks Theater Group.

A New Theater of Sound is made possible, in part, through the generous support of the Sidney E. Frank Foundation.

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Elizabeth Schneider from NYC

How does one access these plays online? I have tried to listen to tonight's (June 4th) Ayckbourn, as well as to these previous performances. Is there some trick?

Jun. 04 2012 07:15 PM

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