POST-SHOW DIALOGUE
Led by Tamsen Wolff, Princeton University

Saturday, January 13, after the matinee

Tamsen Wolff is an Associate Professor at Princeton, where she specializes in modern and contemporary drama and performance, gender studies, cultural studies, voice, directing and dramaturgy. Tamsen will facilitate this discussion, which will feature your thoughts and questions about the play.

“I’M NOT WITHOUT A TRADE AT MY FINGER TIPS.”
Deborah Valenze, Barnard College

Saturday, January 20, after the matinee

Deborah Valenze is a Professor of History at Barnard College, where she also teaches in the Women’s Studies
department. Her research and scholarship have been supported by the Guggenheim Foundation,
and the National Endowment for the Humanities, among others. Deborah is the author of The First
Industrial Woman, published by Oxford University Press. Her discussion will consider the impact of
work on women’s independence, among other issues raised by Hindle Wakes.

“THE ACTORS’ BEST FRIEND”: ANNIE HORNIMAN, PATRON AND INSPIRATION
Maya Cantu, Bennington College

Sunday, February 4, after the matinee

Maya Cantu is Dramaturgical Advisor to Mint Theater Company. She received a D.F.A. in Dramaturgy and Dramatic Criticism at Yale School of Drama. Her book American Cinderellas on the Broadway Stage: Imagining the Working Girl from “Irene” to “Gypsy” is now available through Palgrave Macmillan. Maya will discuss the life and work of Annie Horniman.

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Many of our EnrichMint Events have been recorded and are available for viewing online.

  • Charles Duff
    "N.C. Hunter: Plays That Actors Liked To Speak"

    Charles Duff is a British teacher, actor, theatre director, writer and critic. His first professional role was in N.C. Hunter’s The Adventures of Tom Random at Guildford’s Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in 1967. His book, The Lost Summer: The Heyday of the West End Theatre, focuses on the playwrights of the commercial British theatre of the mid-twentieth century. In this video, filmed after a performance of A Day by the Sea by N.C. Hunter, Charles discusses how N.C. Hunter’s plays fit into this rich period of theatrical history. Video by Joshua Paul Johnson. Recorded live on August 13, 2016.

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  • Roger W. Oliver
    "British Theatre in the Postwar World"

    Roger W. Oliver is Professor of Liberal Arts and Drama at Juilliard, and Professor of English and Dramatic Literature at NYU, where he teaches courses in Modern British Drama. In this video, filmed after a performance of A DAY BY THE SEA by N.C. Hunter, Roger discusses how the play fits into the larger context of post-WWII British theatre. Video by Joshua Paul Johnson. Recorded live on August 6, 2016.

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