Petit Salon: February 20 at 7PM

Margaret Croyden’s Petit Salon
Reflections on Peter Brook & their longstanding relationship
Including readings from his new book The Quality of Mercy

Slots are filling up fast for the Margaret Croyden Petit Salon on February 20th.  If you’d like to attend this exciting event be sure to respond by THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6TH  to reserve your seat!

Utilizing the talents of esteemed LPTW members, 2014 introduces the first League of Professional Theatre Women’s “Petit Salon”. Margaret Croyden, NY Times journalist and prominent author of books about the world of experimental theater, cordially invites 10 members from The Directors’ Circle and The International Committee to her home on February 20 from 7-9PM.

The evening will include prepared interview questions covering topics of interest from her vast career in the avant garde world of theatre, including the Living Theater, Jerzy Grotowski theatre and the unique artistic world which Peter Brook encountered as he created his new theatre.

This is an exciting opportunity for members to reap the benefits of tapping the intellect of such an accomplished League member. RSVP to Frances McGarry at This salon is first-come, first served. You will receive confirmation of your request to attend from Frances McGarry.

The ten guests will be requested to bring a small platter of appetizers and/or desserts. Hosts will provide beverages.

We suggest that people who are interested in Margaret’s Petit Salon also check out The New York Times Talk presentation: A Conversation with Peter Brook, January 30th, 6:30- 8 PM and purchase a ticket ASAP as it is also first come first served:


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