erik lundegaard

“Mr. Wright's Masterly, Affectionate Vision...”

So if you're near the Two River Theater Company in Jersey in the next week, check out Craig Wright's play “Melissa Arctic,” a modern adaptation of Shakespeare's “Winter's Tale.” And if you're not, at least read Anita Gates' glowing review in The New York Times:

Mr. Wright’s lyrics are a little like Stephen Sondheim’s might be if Mr. Sondheim were stabbed by a ray of sunshine midthought. 

And if you're a theater director in Seattle, how about putting on some of Craig's plays already?


Posted at 01:53 PM on Sun. Mar 29, 2009 in category Culture  
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