Today on Leonard Lopate at Large, Tonya Pinkins and Anne Hamburger discuss their new collaboration “Truth and Reconciliation of Women,” a collection of 10-minute plays being performed at the Brooklyn Commons.
Tonya Pinkins is probably best known for her portrayal of Livia Frye on the soap opera “All My Children” but she is a familiar face to Broadway audiences. A Tony Award-winner, Tonya has won the Obie, the Drama Desk Award, the L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award and been honored at the NAACP Theater Awards.
Anne Hamburger is the executive producer of En Garde Arts, an interdisciplinary, multimedia theater production company she founded in 1985.
UNCOMMON VOICES: a new developmental series with WBAI and The Commons Cafe
Truth and Reconciliation of Womyn
An Evening of Ten-Minute Plays
Curated by Tonya Pinkins
with stories by Glory Kadigan, Tonya Pinkins, Kristine M. Reyes, Carmen Rivera, Lucy Thurber
& stories and songs by Angela Sclafani & Julie Brown
Moments in history you may not have known.
New ways of seeing the world and each other.
Monday, February 4th
The Commons Café
388 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
Between Hoyt and Bond