Costume Designer: Marci Rodgers Scenice Designer: Lydia Francis Lighting Designer: Max Doolittle Sound Designer: Mark Anduss Stage Manager: Jack Riley
Pulitzer prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage explores the strength of the human spirit through the story of Esther, an African American seamstress in New York in 1905 when social and class lines were clearly drawn and seemingly impassible. Directed by Helen Hayes Award nominee Jennifer Nelson.
Join us for a conversation following the performance on October 11, featuring Dr. Julius Fleming, Assistant Professor of English at University of Maryland and Dr. Soyica Diggs Colbert, Associate Professor of African American Studies and Theatre and Performance Studies at Georgetown University; and October 14, with the director, cast and designers.
Philip Kershaw is a senior theatre and history double major, and Marina di Marzo is a senior theatre and broadcast journalism double degree candidate. Click Here to read their insight about Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage's Intimate Apparel.
Article about Intimate Apparel appears in the Washington Informer. Click Here to read.
Miranda Jackson reviews Intimate Apparel in The Diamondback. Click Here to read the review.