Playwright Alexander Forms New Not-for-Profit Theatre Company

News   Playwright Alexander Forms New Not-for-Profit Theatre Company
Paul Alexander — who wrote and directed Edge, the one-woman play about the life of Sylvia Plath — has created a new not-for-profit theatre company that will spotlight the artist.

Entitled The Artists Theatre Group, Inc., the goal of the company, according to press notes, is to "to nurture the voice of the artist—the actor, the writer, the director, the choreographer, the designer—while at the same time attempting to develop an ongoing audience who wants to be challenged and moved by the theatre." Alexander will serve as the artistic director of the company with Iris Gordon Rossi as managing director. The board of advisors comprises Maria Cooper Janis, Matthew Modine, Maya Days, Judy Freed, Arnie Mazer, Catherine Green, Madeline Lee Gilford and Robert Butters.

The Artists Theatre Group, Inc. plans to mount its first production later this year. Details will be announced shortly.

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