The Glass House, an architectural play

Two of the most iconic projects from the modern movement built in the US take part in a play by June Finfer, directed by Evan Bergman. The design and building of Mies van der Rohe’s and ’s Glass House is the background for the penetrating dramatic plot that entwines the epic conflict between artist and patron. The Glass House explores the classic struggle of ambition, love and betrayal.

Post Performance Talks by Paul Goldberger (Architectural Critic and Author), Barry Bergdoll (MoMA), Annabelle Selldorf (Architect), Christy MacLear (Executive Director of Philip Johnson Glass House), Dietrich Neumann (Architectural Educator), Whitney French (Executive Director of Farnsworth House) and Barry Wood (Architect).

Dates and more info after the break.

The Glass House is presented by Resonance Ensemble at the Clurman Theatre, 410 West 42nd Street (between 9th and 10th Avenues), NY. Previews start May 9 and opening night is May 16. The complete list of dates is:

May 9th 2pm
May 12th 8pm
May 14th 8pm
May 15th 2pm
May 16th 7pm
May 18th 7pm – Talkback With Annabelle Selldorf
May 20th 8pm – Talkback With Barry Bergdoll
May 22nd 8pm
May 23rd 2pm
May 26th 8pm – Talkback With Paul Goldberger
May 28th 8pm – Talkback With Dietrich Neumann
May 29th 2pm
May 30th 7pm
June 1st 7pm – Talkback With Christy Maclear &
Whitney French
June 3rd 8pm – Talkback With Barry Wood
June 5th 8pm

You can find all the details here.

Cite: Jordana, Sebastian. "The Glass House, an architectural play" 04 May 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 18 Dec 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=58705>