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Over 150 folks joined The Wild Root Company on Monday January 6, 2014 at Playwrights Horizons for an exclusive one-night-only world premiere benefit reading of GLORIA, Daniel Mitura's roaring new screenplay adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's masterpiece The Beautiful and Damned,  directed by two-time Drama Desk Award nominee Ed Sylvanus Iskandar and starring Tony Award® winner and Broadway Legend Dick Latessa, Tony Award® nominee Zach Grenier and Genevieve Angelson.

 

100% of all profits raised from this event were donated to the Ali Forney Center for Homeless LGBTQ Youth.

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WILD ROOT SPOTLIGHT

EXPERIENCE BOLD NEW WORKS

JULIE HALSTON & PATRICK KERR STAR IN READINGS OF JONATHAN KRAVETZ'S "SEXY AND ERUDITE FARCE," DIRECTED BY JESSI D. HILL             Click here for more

DANIEL J. WATTS

IN A SERIES OF FILMS BY VONGSAWAT

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WORKS BY POET & PERFORMER

"I WAS IMPRESSED TO SEE POSITIVE RESULTS OF THE NEW SYSTEM [OF DEVELOPMENT] IN A DOWNTOWN WORKSHOP PRODUCTION OF

'ROOM AT THE END OF THE HALL'" - JOE'S VIEW  

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Claybourne Elder & Sean Hudock in ROOM AT THE END OF THE HALL. Photo: Lloyd Mulvey

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FEATURED

Jay Leibowitz, Jenniffer Diaz ,Patrick Kerr, Chris Dinolfo, Elaine Stenson, and Julie Halston in THE BEAST IN MY PANTS.

The Wild Root Company is proud to present a series of short films featuring the works of visionary poet and performer Daniel J. Watts, who most recently starred in the 2014 Tony Award-winning hit Broadway musical After Midnight. Watts' one-man slam experience The Jam: Spoken Word Preserves has played to sold out audiences at Canal Room, Clark Studio Theatre at Lincoln Center and the Helen Hayes Spotlight Theatre, and Watts' work "I Can't Breathe," a response to the death of Eric Garner presented in a Times Square flash mob, went viral in July 2014.  

 

Captured on the Red EPIC by celebrated cinematographer Vongsawat, who has has received global attention for his recent work for Atlantic Records and Harpers Bazaar, Wild Root's latest project aims to showcase the insightful, socially conscious and force-of-nature poetry of a luminous storyteller on the rise in a series of visually arresting films.

 

Watch a teaser for the series, coming later this season, above!

Poet & Performer Daniel J. Watts

 

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