There’s one obvious difference as Chautauqua Theater Company’s New Play Workshop continues this season: No more music stands. CTC’s New Play Workshop will feature fully realized productions of two works in rep over five days. At 8 p.m. on Tuesday in Bratton Theater, Birthday Candles by Noah Haidle will open under the direction of former CTC artistic director Vivienne Benesch.
Micah Peoples as Lank, right, promises to Moses Ingram as Chelle not to waste their parents money from a scene from 'Detroit '67' during a dress rehearsal for the Chautauqua Theater Company on Thursday, July 20, 2017 in Bratton Theater. 'Detroit '67' was written by Dominique Morisseau and opening night coincided the 50th anniversary of the Detroit riots. PAULA OSPINA / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERAn impassioned theatergoer might very well see two shows in one weekend.
Jeffrey Rosen may be president and CEO of the National Constitution Center – the only institution in America chartered by Congress “to disseminate information about the United States Constitution on a non-partisan basis” – but there’s a title he holds in greater regard.
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