This week the editors talk to playwright Will Eno (Middletown, Thom Pain, The Realistic Joneses) about his “rough” new adaptation of Ibsen’s Peer Gynt, titled Gnit and premiering after 18 months of interruption at Brooklyn’s Theatre for a New Audience. We talk about the impact of the pandemic, the role of jokes in playwriting, the death of parents, and the similarity between Eno’s work and My Little Pony.
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