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Legendary Producer Ted Mann, plus Patrick Healy of the NY Times

Playwright Tennessee Williams and Theodore Mann photo courtesy of Theodore Mann

on Thirteen:
Friday, April 16th at 1:00 AM

A conversation with producer Theodore Mann, who virtually began the Off-Broadway movement in the 1950’s with his productions of Tennessee William’s Summer and Smoke, Eugene O’Neill’s The Iceman Cometh, and other classic productions. Mann, author of the recently published memoir Journeys in the Night: Creating a New American Theater with Circle in the Square, was also instrumental in reintroducing O’Neill to a new generation of theater-goers, which helped to reestablish his legacy as one of America’s all-time greatest playwrights.

Also on the show, reporter Patrick Healy of The New York Times, who swaps tales of covering the theater beat with our own Michael Riedel of the New York Post. In addition, Healy, who also has covered politics and the war in Afghanistan, addresses the question: Who is the better liar — Hillary Clinton or the average Broadway publicist?

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