I’m obsessed…

…with “new models” like 13P, which is so cool I can barely stand it. It’s been around long enough to produce 13 plays, but it still feels like an innovative model–lean, low overhead, taking risks, supporting playwrights and artists.

I was lucky enough to see Young Jean Lee‘s offering “We’re Gonna Die” at Joe’s Pub. It was totally beautiful, weird, discomfiting, sad and lovely. It was experimental, almost all her plays are, but it was also deeply emotional, personal and honest. I can only imagine that the other plays in this project are similarly interesting and challenging. And hey, if they aren’t, that’s okay too.


Link: 13P in the NY Times (NY Times )


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