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I suspect it would be very powerful indeed when seen onstage, but it lost a little something for me in reading it on paper. Paperback $ 13.45 $14.95 Save 10% Current price is $13.45, Original price is $14.95. I'm glad the astonishing 'Oslo' prevailed over it at the Tony Awards for Best Play this year. Lynn Nottage Her plays have been produced at theaters throughout the country. Edgy, humorous, important, deeply moving. Lynn Nottage’s Sweat gives us characters filled with the good and the bad and asks us to reflect on our own views and the views of others. FREE Shipping on orders over $25.00. SWEAT was originally produced on Broadway at Studio 54 by Stuart Thompson and Louise L. Gund, premiering on March 26, 2017. However, the most poignant part of this play is the way Nottage focuses on the dire outcom. I am planning to use this play in the Women in Theatre course I teach. I read this as part of my 2019 Reading Women challenge; this was for the category of a play (written by a woman). "Sweat" brings to life a small slice of Americana that has largely been ignored - the plight of blue-collar factory workers being screwed over by the fat-cat owners. But what do I know? $28.00. Based on interviews with residents of small-town Pennsylvania, Lynn Nottage’s play vividly describes the betrayal and resentments of striking female factory workers in an era of industrial decline Not so much, I'm afraid. Start time for Sweat is 7:30pm for all shows except the 3:00pm matinee on Sunday, August 12. This fall, The Public Theater launches a free, four-week tour of Lynn Nottage’s powerful Pulitzer Prize-winning play, SWEAT, directed by Kate Whoriskey. Sweat. However, the themes of the play are, tragically, timeless, and ones that have followed and will follow American history for years. By Lynn Nottage Directed by Tim Altmeyer Sweat darts between 2000 and 2008 as it tells the story of a group of friends that work together at a steel mill in Reading, Pennsylvania. ‘One of the hardest jobs anyone can have is the job of being poor. There's a problem loading this menu right now. The production team was the same as the Public Theater’s, with the following change made to the cast: JESSIE ..... Alison Wright I've read and/or seen three earlier Nottage plays (Las Meninas, her first Pulitzer winner Ruined, and Meet Vera Stark), and enjoyed them all, so was excited to tackle her latest. But when layoffs and picket lines begin to chip away at their … It would be interesting to stage this with Odett’s Waiting for Lefty. Lynn Nottage on ‘Sweat’ and the American economy Lizzie O'Leary Dec 9, 2016 Johanna Day, Michelle Wilson, Miriam Shor, and Carlo Albán in Sweat, written by Lynn Nottage and directed by … Sweat by Lynn Nottage, a play that won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2017, examines the lives of working-class Americans in the early 2000s and shows how periods of economic downfall and poverty can affect the dynamics between friends, family, and community.. Welcome back. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. And so fresh in my mind. Not so much, I'm afraid. Sweat is a two-act play written by Lynn Nottage. A very important play for America in the year 2017. However, the themes of the play are, tragically, timeless, and ones that have followed and will follow American history for years. Refresh and try again. LOVED it! She is a professor of Playwriting at Columbia University. The famed French philosopher would surely pity the characters in Sweat, Lynn Nottage's 2017 Pulitzer Prize-winning play, directed with brave physicality by Tim Bond at … Nottage was included in Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People in 2019. However, the most poignant part of this play is the way Nottage focuses on the dire outcomes that come from the down-and-out being pitted against each other. Lynn Nottage's Pulitzer Prize-winning drama Sweat, now playing at the Mark Taper Forum, exposes the collapse of the American working class in the new millennium.When backed up … The anger, the resentment, the confusion, the bitterness are all so tangible. Glad I finished this Pulitzer Prize-winning play on Thanksgiving morning. This play is certainly of its time; the scenes open with news-like recaps of what is going on socially and politically in America during the early 2ooos. To survive from day to day is an epic struggle to find a way to feed yourself, clothe yourself, put a roof over your head. Sweat is a 2015 play by American playwright Lynn Nottage. Sweat by Lynn Nottage Donmar Warehouse / Dec 2018 and Gielgud Theatre / June 2019 Direction: Lynette Linton Set and Costume: Frankie Bradshaw Lighting: Oliver Fenwick Sound: George Dennis Photos by Johan Persson Frankie Bradshaw and Lynette Linton were joint winners for the award for Best Creative West End Debut at the Stage Debut awards 2019 Created through interviews with the citizens of Reading, PA, Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Sweatdeftly and unflinchingly examines the complicated ways race, class, and gender intersect in a struggling factory town. Directed by Gilbert McCauley. I was frustrated with the characters' lack of empathy and stubbornness. Prime members enjoy FREE Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle books. The stage directions at the top of each scene are helpful in placing the reader in what's going on in the world, giving national and local headli. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. You Save 10%. I suspect it would be very powerful indeed when seen onstage, but it lost a little something for. Playwrights Lynn Nottage and Jeremy O. Harris were crowned this year's Queen Mermaid and King Neptune. I've read and/or seen three earlier Nottage plays (Las Meninas, her first Pulitzer winner Ruined, and Meet Vera Stark), and enjoyed them all, so was excited to tackle her latest. A couple minutes, and your whole life changes, that's it. And. But when layoffs and picket lines begin to chip away at their trust, the friends find themselves pitted against each other in a heart-wrenching fight to stay afloat.--Cover. I have used "Ruined" in the past and am excited about "Sweat" because it will be far more relatable for my students. Playwrights Lynn Nottage and Jeremy O. Harris were crowned this year's Queen Mermaid and King Neptune. Six Degrees of Separation Apr 25, 2017 Excellent play about the situation in the rust belt of Pennsylvania. Please try again. FIRST LINE REVIEW: "So, you got a job?" There was an error retrieving your Wish Lists. Filled with warm humor and tremendous heart, SWEAT tells the story of a group of friends who have spent their lives sharing drinks, secrets, and laughs while working together on the factory floor. Bring your club to Amazon Book Clubs, start a new book club and invite your friends to join, or find a club that’s right for you for free. I read this play for a seminar I am taking this summer. Late one night in September 2011, playwright Lynn Nottage received an email from a friend sharing the financial insecurity that she was experiencing. Based on Nottage’s extensive research and interviews with residents of Reading, Sweat is a topical reflection of the present and poignant outcome of America’s economic decline. Sweat examines the changing lives of factory workers in Reading, Pennsylvania, between the years of 2000 and 2008. I don't think I've read a play since some of my english classes in college, and I really enjoyed it. Sweat by Lynn Nottage Buy Your Tickets Online Directed by Matt J. Bannister November 1 - 23, 2019 Matinees: November 10 and 17 at 2pm A play in a bar like none other. Lynn Nottage is an American playwright whose work often deals with the lives of marginalized people. One of these items ships sooner than the other. The juxtaposition with political events and realities is very effective. The characters in this Pulitzer Prize (2017) winning play are from a blue-collar community in LOVED it! The quickness with which they could turn on life-long friends and the rather predictable ending. She was the first woman to have won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama twice; the first in 2009 for Ruined, and the second in 2017 for Sweat. And the impact of job loss on the people struggling to transition from what they had to what they no longer have. It's a bit like Steinbeck writing about the guy with the bulldozer at the Joad homestead--you can strike out against him, but he's caught in the same vortex and you don't have a way of striking the people making the calls. 1 Simon Hodgson Editor Elspeth Sweatman Associate Editor Elizabeth Brodersen Director of Education & Community Programs Joy Meads Director of Dramaturgy and New Works Annie Sears Publications Fellow Made possible by Word Count: 429. Grapples with the big problems of 21st century America. The play premiered at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in 2015; it was produced Off-Broadway in 2016 and on Broadway in 2017. This play is certainly of its time; the scenes open with news-like recaps of what is going on socially and politically in America during the early 2ooos. Based on interviews with residents of small-town Pennsylvania, Lynn Nottage’s play vividly describes the betrayal and resentments of striking female factory workers in an era of industrial decline Outstanding in its construction, raw in its characters, brutally honest in depicting a working-class demographic gone awry after the millennium. The main setting, a bar, invi. The owners and administration of the factory do not appear in this play, but their back-handed dealings and manipulations of the community are the catalysts that move the story forward, creating an unseen, all-powerful character pulling the strings of everyone that is seen on stage. This play won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama 2017. okay so I re-read this after seeing it over the weekend, and I'll leave my original review below but just know I was wrong because this is quite clearly one of the best plays to come out of America maybe ever. (I'm assuming, I haven't seen it live). May 16th 2017 (I wrote some more here: A quick, gripping read about the consequences for working-class people when longtime jobs disappear. Edgy, humorous, important, deeply moving. I read this as part of my 2019 Reading Women challenge; this was for the category of a play (written by a woman). Lynn Nottage & Jeremy O. Harris The 38th Annual Coney Island Mermaid Parade went virtual this year as a live-streamed telethon event, dubbed the 2020 Tail-a-Thon. Sweat 144. by Lynn Nottage | Editorial Reviews. I was frustrated with the characters' lack of empathy and stubbornness. Sweat examines the changing lives of factory workers in Reading, Pennsylvania, between the years of 2000 and 2008. L ynn Nottage’s Sweat is a play set in 2000 and 2008 that explores the tension in a group of friends in the midst of layoffs at a factory in Reading, Pennsylvania. Lynn Nottage Her plays have been produced at theaters throughout the country. This poignant play takes a look at the de-industrial revolution through the lens of a history play, but also delves into the issues of today: the economy, immigration, race-relations in America, and politics. It seemed derivative - kind of an amalgamation of Lindsay-Abaire's 'Good People' and 'Norma Rae'. Lynn Nottage's Pulitzer Prize-winning drama Sweat, now playing at the Mark Taper Forum, exposes the collapse of the American working class in the new millennium.When backed up … Dramatist's Play Service; 1st edition (March 15, 2018). There are 0 customer reviews and 12 customer ratings. This fall, The Public Theater launches a free, four-week tour of Lynn Nottage’s powerful Pulitzer Prize-winning play, SWEAT, directed by Kate Whoriskey. This play is set in Reading, Pennsylvania and follows a group of friends who work in the same factory. I sobbed as I finished reading the play - I can only imagine what it would feel like as an audience member...especially one who calls Berks County home, lived in Reading for the first 8 yrs of my life, and has family and friends who were affected by NAFTA and economic changes within the time period the play spans. Nottage is the first woman to win the award for playwrights twice and has won multiple awards for her work. This play is about a group of working class friends who are hit with the recession, and how, when the potential of poverty is in sight, allow racial discriminations to break them apart. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. We’d love your help. Use the Amazon App to scan ISBNs and compare prices. Playwright Lynn Nottage talks about the research she did that spurred the creation of her new play, a commission through American Revolutions. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Six Degrees of Separation Apr 25, 2017 Written by Lynn Nottage. FIRST LINE REVIEW: "So, you got a job?" Reading it felt exciting and sad and frustrating and hopeful and angry and.....and.....and a whole other list of feelings. It is the most Herculean path when you have nothing.’. Lynn Nottage is the recipient of two Pulitzer Prize Awards for Drama for Sweat and Ruined. After viewing product detail pages, look here to find an easy way to navigate back to pages you are interested in. I am planning to use this play in the Women in Theatre course I teach. 1, 2020 Huntington Avenue Theatre, 264 Huntington Avenue. Despite it winning ANOTHER Pulitzer, I found it somewhat of a disappointment - I mean, it's competent, but there is really none of the freshness in plot, subject, character or execution exemplified in her earlier work. Can't wait to read more of her work, this left me shivering on my porch and I'm on vacation in Spain (30 degrees Celsius, so...). Set in 2008, the powerful crux of this new play is knowing the fate of the characters long before it's even in their sights. Inspired by field research and first-person testimonials collected in Reading, PA, Lynn Nottage’s unflinching, intensely researched, and Pulitzer-winning slice-of-life drama, Sweat, captures … Based on Nottage’s extensive research and interviews with residents of Reading, Sweat is a topical reflection of the present and poignant outcome of America’s economic decline. This play jumps between 2000 and 2008, mostly centered in a bar in Reading, PA, from just before W won the election into everything going to hell when the recession hit. Michiko Kakutani's Gift Guide Book Recommendations. Be the first to ask a question about Sweat. It's worth a read if you love reading plays that are just as entertaining on the page as they are in person. I broke down just reading this; I can imagine what it's like to see it performed. Drama Desk Award Outstanding Play. She is a professor of Playwriting at Columbia University. So needed in the theater. Set near her hometown of Reading, Pennsylvania, Sweat details the life of a close knit group of friends who have been affected by their factory closing, ending the only way of life the town has known for generations. In September 2008, Jason, a man with white supremacist facial tattoos, meets with Evan, his African American parole officer. The famed French philosopher would surely pity the characters in Sweat, Lynn Nottage's 2017 Pulitzer Prize-winning play, directed with brave physicality by Tim Bond at … The writing in this play is exquisite - sparse enough to allow productions creative license to make it their own, yet detailed enough for a reader to imagine everything that is going on. This new one? LOVED IT SO MUCH! Ships from and sold by Amazon.com. I loved Nottage's last Pulitzer-winning play, "Ruined." Ships from and sold by Amazon.com. Inspired by field research and first-person testimonials collected in Reading, PA, Lynn Nottage’s unflinching, intensely researched, and Pulitzer-winning slice-of-life drama, Sweat, captures … Set near her hometown of Reading, Pennsylvania, Sweat details the life of a close knit group of friends who have been affected by their factory closing, ending the only way of life the town has known for generations. “She was not asking for a handout, but just some form of solidarity,” says Nottage. This play has racked up performances, garnered critical praise and awards. April 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13 at 7:30 p.m. | April 13 at 2 p.m. School matinee April 10 at 10 a.m. She is the first woman playwright to be honored twice. Jobs are at the heart of this newest Pulitzer-winning drama. Sweat by Lynn Nottage | Directed by Kimberly Senior Extended by popular demand | Jan. 31 – Mar. Nottage is the first woman to win the award for playwrights twice and has won multiple awards for her work. She was the first woman to have won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama twice; the first in 2009 for Ruined, and the second in 2017 for Sweat. This year's Pulitzer winner for drama is Sweat by Lynn Nottage. When the plant threatens to cut wages and lay off workers, the friends turn against each other as they struggle to stay afloat in the age of the de-industrial revolution. And the impact of job loss on the people struggling to transition from what they had to what they no longer have. The writing in this play is exquisite - sparse enough to allow productions creative license to make it their own, yet detailed enough for a reader to imagine everything that is going on. She is a professor of Playwriting at Columbia University. The quickn. by Lynn Nottage Directed by Michael Stevenson. The following version of this play was used to create this study guide: Nottage, Lynn, Sweat, Theatre Communications Group, 2007. It's a bit like Steinbeck writing about the guy with the bulldozer at the Joad homestead--you can strike out against him, but he's caught in the same vortex and you don't have a way of striking the people making the calls. Sweat by Lynn Nottage Buy Your Tickets Online Directed by Matt J. Bannister November 1 - 23, 2019 Matinees: November 10 and 17 at 2pm A play in a bar like none other. Powerful play--near classical tragedy with class rather than individual protagonists--circling around the weight of our screwed up economic system--capitalist red in tooth and damn claw--on workers caught in a whirlpool with no escape. This play jumps between 2000 and 2008, mostly centered in a bar in Reading, PA, from just before W won the election into everything going to hell when the recession hit. It won the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Act 1 is a bit uneven, but Act 2, particularly the final 10 pages are devastating. Dramatists Play Service, one of the premier play-licensing and theatrical publishing agencies in the world, was formed in 1936 to foster national opportunities for playwrights by publishing affordable editions of their plays and handling the performance rights to these works. The play premiered at Oregon Shakespeare Festival on July 29, 2015 under the direction of Kate Whoriskey. Nottage doesn't shy away from the uncomfortable or the realistic, however, and Sweat is littered with moments of foreshadowing and buildup. I think the comparisons some reviewers are making between "Ruined" and "Sweat" are misguided. This year's Pulitzer winner for drama is Sweat by Lynn Nottage. Please try again. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Apr 23, 2017 Jan 14, 2018 . Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Apr 23, 2017 Jan 14, 2018 . The stage directions at the top of each scene are helpful in placing the reader in what's going on in the world, giving national and local headlines. Lynn Nottage’s Sweat gives us characters filled with the good and the bad and asks us to reflect on our own views and the views of others. Water by the Spoonful (Revised TCG Edition). October 17 – November 18, 2018 Sacramento Premiere | 2017 Pulitzer Prize Winner. Our local theatre is mounting a production this season, and I am very excited to see it. The play was produced Off-Broadway in 2016 and on Broadway in 2017. Sweat is set in Reading, Pennsylvania and fluctuates in time between 2000 and 2008. The play premiered at Oregon Shakespeare Festival on July 29, 2015 under the direction of Kate Whoriskey. Nottage’s characters were based on personal research and interviews she conducted in Reading throughout 2011. Fairview by Jackie Sibblies Drury Paperback $13.99. Written by Lynn Nottage. Lynn Nottage is an American playwright whose work often deals with the lives of marginalized people. Please try again. I can understand why Nottage has won the Pulitzer Prize. The drone of the TV in the background pro. I can see why this won the Pulitzer Prize; it was quite effective in depicting the effects of an economic downturn and a factory closing down in Reading, Pennsylvania, in the early 2000s. Lynn Nottage is the recipient of two Pulitzer Prize Awards for Drama for Sweat and Ruined. This play is set in Reading, Pennsylvania and follows a group of friends who work in the same factory. The dialogue swims its way through deep currents of emotion and I felt like I was there, behind it all, in the wake of Nottage’s words. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. I want to see this play. This is a story of the moment (and of the last few decades), and definitely worth your time. So fantastic that I bought the play immediately after seeing it and almost immediately sat down to give it a close read. So painful. I have used "Ruined" in the past and am excited about "Sweat" because it will be far more relatable for my students. The following version of this play was used to create this study guide: Nottage, Lynn, Sweat, Theatre Communications Group, 2007. Dialogue so real it hurts. I am not an avid reader of drama, and when I do, I usually read too quickly (just the way my brain processes dialogue). Sweat takes place in Reading, Pennsylvania, a Rust Belt city whose predominantly white and largely working-class population is deeply affected by the early-2000s decline in the manufacturing industry. Sweat, a play written by Lynn Nottage and directed by Kimberly Senior, confronts disillusionment, racism, and the tribulations of the working class from the moment the play begins. Deserves the Pulitzer it won. By Lynn Nottage Directed by Tim Altmeyer Sweat darts between 2000 and 2008 as it tells the story of a group of friends that work together at a steel mill in Reading, Pennsylvania. So I picked this book up and put it down, completed, an hour later. I can understand why Nottage has won the Pulitzer Prize. This play is about a group of working class friends who are hit with the recession, and how, when the potential of poverty is in sight, allow racial discriminations to break them apart. Drama Desk Award Outstanding Play. I don't think I've read a play since some of my english classes in college, and I really enjoyed it. Sweat Mar 26, 2017 Jun 25, 2017 . The context, characters and stories are vastly different and, aside from some common human characteristics, are really not comparable. It seemed derivative - kind of an amalgamation of Lindsay-Abaire's 'Good People' and 'Norma Rae'. Start time for Sweat is 7:30pm for all shows except the 3:00pm matinee on Sunday, August 12. SWEAT was originally produced on Broadway at Studio 54 by Stuart Thompson and Louise L. Gund, premiering on March 26, 2017. L ynn Nottage’s Sweat is a play set in 2000 and 2008 that explores the tension in a group of friends in the midst of layoffs at a factory in Reading, Pennsylvania. Unable to add item to List. The characters in this Pulitzer Prize (2017) winning play are from a blue-collar community in I think the comparisons some reviewers are making between "Ruined" and "Sweat" are misguided. This poignant play takes a look at the de-industrial revolution through the lens of a history play, but also delves into the issues of today: the economy, immigration, race-relations in America, and politics. Lynn Nottage’s “Sweat” ... Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play about a group of friends in a small town in Pennsylvania who find their livelihoods and relationships threatened as rumors of layoffs start to swirl at the factory where they work. She was the first (and remains the only) woman to have won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama twice; the first in 2009 for Ruined, and the second in 2017 for Sweat. I wish there were more fictional stories about labor! Based on Nottage’s extensive research and interviews with residents of Reading, Sweat is a topical reflection of the present and poignant outcome of America’s economic decline. by Theatre Communications Group. About a group of people you normally don't see plays written about. Available to ship in 1-2 days. I loved this. In Stock. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. Wow. Set in a working-class bar in Reading, Pennsylvania, over the course of the ‘00 election, I broke down just reading this; I can imagine what it's like to see it performed. "Sweat" is a fantastic examination of real peope in real situations which most peop. Strong play regarding factory workers in Reading, PA in the early 2000’s. DPS offers an extensive list of titles that includes many of the most significant plays of the past century. So good. Hardcover. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. This powerful world premiere by acclaimed playwright Lynn Nottage (Ruined, Intimate Apparel) explores America’s industrial decline at the turn of the millennium with a look inside a Pennsylvania town whose people struggle to reclaim what’s lost, find redemption and redefine themselves in a new century. Despite it winning ANOTHER Pulitzer, I found it somewhat of a disappointment - I mean, it's competent, but there is really none of the freshness in plot, subject, character or execution exemplified in her earlier work. And so fresh in my mind. So easy to see why this won the Pulitzer, Sweat captures the cultural zeitgeist of our country right now. Required reading and viewing. She is the first woman playwright to be honored twice. The production team was the same as the Public Theater’s, with the following change made to the cast: JESSIE ..... Alison Wright The context, characters and stories are vastly different and, aside from some common human characteristics, are really not comparable. The Pulitzer Prize-winning and Tony Award-nominated Best Play by Lynn Nottage (Ruined) comes alive in a moving and urgently relevant new production directed by Kimberly Senior (The Niceties).Based on interviews with the residents of … Start by marking “Sweat” as Want to Read: Error rating book. I have a special interest in this one, because the setting (Reading, PA) is 5 minutes away from where I grew up. Significant quotes in Lynn Nottage's Sweat with explanations. More specifically, the loss of jobs in 21st C. America. Sweat, a play written by Lynn Nottage and directed by Kimberly Senior, confronts disillusionment, racism, and the tribulations of the working class from the moment the play begins. 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