The Proust Project
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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
The Proust Project is a new adaptation series featuring a set of staged readings based on Marcel Proust's Remembrance of Things Past. On four successive Monday evenings beginning, CSC will present staged-readings of works inspired by Proust, giving audiences a unique guided tour through one of the 20th Century's greatest novels. Audiences may enjoy each reading as an independent evening or experience them together as a cycle. On March 23, Swann In Love, by Pamela Hansford Johnson, directed by Tony Speciale, will feature Michael Stuhlbarg as Swann and Jason Butler Harner as Marcel. March 30 will be Albertine Regained, by Pamela Hansford Johnson, directed by Michael Sexton, with Michael Stuhlbarg as Marcel. On April 6, Waste of Time, by Robert McDonald, will be directed by Brian Kulick. On April 13, a reprise of Swann In Love, directed by Brian Kulick will feature Michael Stuhlbarg as Swann. All readings will be followed by a post-performance symposium with a Proust scholar and audiences will be given a free Madeleine cookie to inspire their memory.
136 E 13th St
New York, NY 10003
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