Maxwell Anderson

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Noun1.Maxwell Anderson - United States dramatist (1888-1959)
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Upcoming shows include "Company," a musical comedy by Stephen Sondheim and George Furth, running March 9-25; "Bad Seed" by Maxwell Anderson, based on the book by William March, May 4-20; and "The Secret Garden" by Marsha Norman, with music by Lucy Simon, based on the novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett, June 29 through July 15.
This play by Pulitzer Prize winner Maxwell Anderson first bowed more than 80 years ago, but it seems hauntingly familiar in its scathing look at a divided Congress, legislators favoring private over public agendas, and more political shenanigans than you can shake a pork-Laden bill at.
By Maxwell Anderson, based on the novel by William March, directed by Don Konopacki.
He claims that he has not discussed the murder of Maxwell Anderson with Andi Davis.
But then-director Maxwell Anderson resisted, and Sanitation stayed.
Weill and librettist Maxwell Anderson fashioned a tuneful and witty operetta to frame a darker satirical exploration of political corruption, economic exploitation and the perils of a despotic concentration of business and government.
The Playwrights' Company, a New York-based organization formed by such notable writers as Maxwell Anderson and Robert E.
Every time the dialogue strays from the original script, by Broadway playwright and Pulitzer Prize-winner Maxwell Anderson, the Facilitator tosses a tissue to the floor.
Nixon provides an essay on the evolution of his ideas; Maxwell Anderson, from the Indianapolis Museum of Art, provides a brief introduction on the historical context of his approach.
Giselle Allen was in top form as Rusalka, on a stage dominated by giant ice cubes, and John Graham-Hall as the lovelorn Prince was a more-than-adequate replacement for David Maxwell Anderson, who was ill.
According to Director Maxwell Anderson, the works were strategically selected to advance the Whitney's holdings of artists who emerged in the 1950s and '60s.