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The Undermain Returns to Black, Playwright David Rabe Talks


by Jerome Weeks 17 Jul 2009

The Black Monk, David Rabe’s adaptation of an Anton Chekhov short story, will be revived at the Undermain Sept. 2-Oct. 3. A sizable undertaking for the Undermain, the production last April was directed by Katherine Owens and featured sets by Dallas Tony Award-winner John Arnone. (My original review of it is here.) The Undermain’s was […]

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The Black Monk, David Rabe’s adaptation of an Anton Chekhov short story, will be revived at the Undermain Sept. 2-Oct. 3. A sizable undertaking for the Undermain, the production last April was directed by Katherine Owens and featured sets by Dallas Tony Award-winner John Arnone. (My original review of it is here.) The Undermain’s was enough of a revision of the play’s 2004 premiere production that this new text is what has just been published by Simon & Schuster with Rabe’s play,  The Dog Problem.

Playwright-novelist David Rabe will also be my first radio guest on Think next Tuesday, July 21, when I take over the host’s duties from the vacationing Krys Boyd.

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