Monday // October 30 @ 8:00PM
American Airlines Theatre
Celebrating The Lilly Awards and Honoring Marsha Norman
THE PLAYS
Self-Titled
Written by LESLYE HEADLAND
Directed By CAROLYN CANTOR
with
BRETT GELMAN
MICHELLE GOMEZ
JUSTICE SMITH
TAVI GEVINSON
Freak Encounters
Written by CHISA HUTCHINSON
Directed By WARREN LEIGHT
with

JENNIFER ESPOSITO
YUL VAZQUEZ
AMY HARGREAVES
GENEVIEVE ANGELSON
SHAINA TAUB
LOIS SMITH
Happy Like A Dane
Written by DAVID LINDSAY-ABAIRE
Directed By KATE WHORISKEY
with

RACHEL DRATCH
JOSH CHARLES
NINA HELLMAN
JOEL MARSH GARLAND
Feeling Words
Written by MOLLY SMITH METZLER
Directed By JESSICA STONE
with

MIRIAM SHOR
EBON MOSS-BACHRACH
JOHN DOMAN
ORLANDO PABOTOY
LOLA KIRKE
The Ledge
Written by MARTYNA MAJOK
Directed By MAY ADRALES
with
MICHAEL SHANNON
ELIZABETH RODRIGUEZ
JONATHAN MARC SHERMAN
JACKIE CRUZ
Zumba Del Culo
Written by FERNANDA COPPEL
Directed By SHELLEY BUTLER
with

JOEL MARSH GARLAND
RUSSEL G. JONES
LELA LOREN
MIA KATIGBAK
RAUL CASTILLO
PHOTO GALLERY

The 24 Hour Plays on Broadway celebrated the distinguished career of Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Marsha Norman.

Marsha Norman is the winner of the 1983 Pulitzer Prize, Blackburn Prize, Hull-Warriner and Drama Desk Awards for her play ‘Night, Mother. In 1992 she won a Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award for her book for the Broadway musical, The Secret Garden. She also wrote the book for the musical, The Color Purple; she received a Tony nomination for the original production and a Tony Award for the 2016 Revival. Her most recent work is the adaptation of The Trumpet Of The Swan: A Novel Symphony For Actors and Orchestra, with music conducted and written by Jason Robert Brown. Her other plays include The Master Butcher’s Singing Club, which premiered at the Guthrie Theatre; Getting Out, for which she won the John Gassner Medallion and the American Theater Critics Association Citation; Third And Oak: The Laundromat; The Pool Hall; The Holdup; Traveler In The Dark; Sarah And Abraham; Loving Daniel Boone; Trudy Blue and Last Dance. To learn more about her extensive career, visit www.marshanorman.com

This event was in partnership with The Lilly Awards. Their work celebrates women in the American theater and promotes gender parity.

The American Airlines Theatre – 227 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036