THIS PLAY IS CALLED
OUR TOWN: 80 YEARS
IN GROVER’S CORNERS
FOR OUR TOWN'S 80TH, READ INTERVIEWS
WITH DIRECTORS ON WHY THEY FEEL THIS
PLAY REMAINS ONE OF THE MOST UNIVERSAL
TEXTS IN THE AMERICAN THEATRE.
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INSPIRED BY WILDER’S
ONE-ACTS: A LIVESTREAM
PAULA VOGEL, LAURIE MCCANTS & LINDA POWELL DISCUSS THORNTON WILDER’S
ONE-ACTS WITH MARK BLANKENSHIP LEARN MORE →
FOR THE PULITZER PRIZE WINNING PLAYWRIGHT, DOUGLAS, ARIZONA
WAS A PLACE TO “REFRESH THE WELLS” AND DRIVE INTO THE SUNSET
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WHY THORNTON WILDER
MATTERS IN THE TRUMP ERA
SEVERAL ADMIRERS OF THE PLAY SPOKE RECENTLY ABOUT WHY
“THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH” ENDURES
EVERY GOOD AND EXCELLENT
THING LIVES ON THE RAZOR
EDGE OF DANGER
DÁMASO RODRIGUEZ ON DIRECTING THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH
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THORNTON WILDER, INCLUDING UPCOMING PRODUCTIONS,
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‘The Bridge of San Luis Rey,’ adapted from the 1927 Thornton Wilder novel by David Greenspan, premieres at Two River Theater Company in New Jersey.
This new edition of Thornton Wilder’s renowned 1967 National Book Award-winning novel features a new foreword by John Updike and an afterword by Tappan Wilder.
WATCH: In Our Living and Our Dying: Our Town in the 21st Century
WATCH: Tappan Wilder discusses The Skin of Our Teeth
Listen to audio files of Thornton Wilder himself, as well as additional recordings of his work.