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An Interview with Director Laura Pittenger

THE FALL OF LADY Mwill receive a staged reading on August 10.  Check out what our director and long-time TTF-er, Laura Pittenger, has in store for you!

1) Tell us a little bit about yourself!
I am a playwright and director who has lived in New York for about six years now - and still loving it! I'm originally a Midwesterner and still am in many ways, most notably in affection for mashed potatoes with gravy. I'm currently working on my first novel, and I have plays available with YouthPLAYS (Pride and Prejudice Abridged) and Smith and Krause (105 5-minute Plays for Study and Performance). It's been a busy few years, and I'm delighted to be a part of this project.
2) Macbeth is such a classic text.  How do you envision this new look at his women?
For centuries we've put the role of Lady M on a pedestal. Every actress is hungry for a role like that one - and yet the role realistically is only a couple of very short scenes, plus a few crowd scenes, when you look at the r…

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