"This work is rich with possibilities, and we are especially disappointed as we had to postpone the production once before," Marjorie Samoff, the Prince producing director, said in a statement. "Nevertheless, as a company that has mounted more than 100 world premieres, we know that at times new work takes far longer to develop than initially anticipated. We are immensely grateful for the continuing support and encouragement throughout this process of Dr. Alan Lightman, and for the collaboration of Dr. Brian Schwartz, vice president for sponsored programs, and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, our partners in developing the show." The Prince expects to announce plans for the production in the coming weeks.
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