LCT3, the new developmental arm of Lincoln Center Theater, presents the four-week engagement that will be directed by Ken Rus Schmoll. What Once We Felt begins previews Oct. 26 and runs through Nov. 21. Here's how LCT bills the world premiere: "Set in a darkening future, What Once We Felt follows a writer's journey through the political world of publishing, as her novel becomes the last print published novel ever."
Casting and creative duties for the production will be announced shortly. LCT3 will also reveal two spring 2010 productions set to be presented at the Duke on 42nd Street at a later date.
Healy's plays include The Legend of Minne Willet, The Gentleman Caller, Have You Seen Steven, The Night That Roger Went To Visit The Parents Of His Old High School Girlfriend, Now That's What I Call A Storm and Dearest Eugenia.
All tickets for LCT3 productions are priced $20. For further information visit LincolnCenterTheater.
Paige Evans serves as director of LCT3, which was created as Lincoln Center's answer to the frustrations emerging artists face within the standard system of readings and workshops. The initiative presents fully produced productions, which allow emerging playwrights, directors and designers the opportunity to flesh-out their work in a professional presentation.