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Dates May 28 - Jun 30
Tickets Starting at $65
Company New York Theatre Workshop in collaboration with The Builders Association
By Based on the books by Susan Sontag and edited by David Rieff
Adapted and performed by Moe Angelos
Directed By Marianne Weems

Performance Schedule

Tue - Wed 7:00 pm
Thur - Fri 8:00 pm
Sat 3:00 pm, 8:00 pm
Sun 2:00 pm, 7:00 pm
   
Running Time 90 minutes
Intermission No

Cast

Moe Angelos

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Sontag: Reborn

“A spellbinding X-ray of a writer’s psyche. An enriching opportunity to move through
the crucible of youth in the company of an ever-stimulating, ever-stimulated mind.

– Charles Isherwood, The New York Times

 “A dazzling multimedia experience, as visually stunning as it is illuminating.
Under Marianne Weems’ technically bravura direction, Angelos delivers a superb portrayal.”

– Frank Scheck, New York Post

Adapted from Susan Sontag’s early journals by performer Moe AngelosSontag: Reborn traces Sontag’s private life from the age of 14 to her emergence as a world-renowned author and activist. The young Sontag wrestles with her emerging sexuality and precocious intelligence, fraught with doubt and insecurity yet driven by her willfulness, ambition and voracious curiosity. The refuge of her diary became integral to her development as a writer,  Sontag says herself, “In the journal I do not just express myself more openly than I could in person. I create myself."
 
Directed by Marianne Weems and using The Builders Association's signature synthesis of poetic video and sound, this tightly-crafted story of self-discovery and sexual identity is both exuberant and intimate, exploring the private life, loves and idiosyncrasies of the iconic intellectual.

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