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Cultural Memory

Production Dramaturg Gabrielle Randle explores the cultural significance of the 1967 Film Guess Who's Coming to Dinner.

Arthur Miller’s Lucky Break

“The success of a play, especially one's first success, is somewhat like pushing against a door which suddenly opens from the other side."

Q&A: Director Marti Lyons

Director Marti Lyons discusses Guess Who's Coming to Dinner how the company of artists will "re-interpret this beautiful, flawed, historical, unnerving, and urgent work."

Q&A: Professor Deborah Nelson

Professor Deborah Nelson, current Chair of the University of Chicago’s Department of English, chats with Resident Dramaturg Nora Titone about Arthur Miller’s All My Sons.

Room to explore in ALL MY SONS

Scenic designer John Culbert talks about his design process, plans for the production, and the thrill of creating a world onstage.

A Season of American Classics

Charles Newell, Court's Marilyn F. Vitale Artistic Director, shares his passion for the classic American stories we explore in Winter/Spring 2018.

How “nobody” is Emily Dickinson?

University of Chicago Professor Richard Strier speaks to Emily's unique and timeless poetic talent, and what she would think about scholars studying her today.

Emily’s Black Cake Recipe

In The Belle of Amherst, Emily Dickinson serves up her famous “black cake” to audiences. Enjoy a video of Court staffers' attempt to bake the cake and read the recipe.

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