Why the American Theatre Needs Nobel Laureate Jon Fosse
Jon Fosse is one of only a handful of playwrights to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature out of 120 people in the last twelve decades. With this rarity, it is important to acknowledge the lack of access we have in the U.S. to experience masterful international plays. Why is it important for the American theatre to experience plays from abroad? And how can we move the needle to encourage more production of plays in translation into American-English?