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Playwright Interview: Lauren Gunderson, “The Catastrophist,” 2021

Lauren Gunderson, whose play The Catastrophist is currently being streamed on the Marin Theatre Company website through July 24, 2021, in conversation with Richard Wolinsky. Recorded March 10, 2021. Lauren Gunderson is the most produced living American playwright, and currently several of her works can be streamed on-line. The Flats,...
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COACHELLA VALLEY REPERTORY – WHITTIER TRUST PRESENTS: THE REVOLUTIONISTS, BY LAUREN GUNDERSON; A COMEDIC QUARTET FOR THIS ONE-NIGHT ONLY STAGED READING

Greetings from the French Revolution … where heads will roll! Coachella Valley Repertory’s Theatre Thursdays continues their online staged readings with The Revolutionists on Thursday, February 25, 2021 at 7:00 pm (Pacific). An extraordinary, all-female cast has been assembled to bring to life this comedic quartet by Lauren Gunderson. The show will run two hours with a five-minute intermission. To join this presentation, visit cvrep.org and register.
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Corona Radio Theater: Milton’s ‘Bystanders’ - Lauren Gunderson: The Catastrophist - Peter Robinson

This week on Open Air, KALW’s radio magazine for the performing arts in Times of Corona, we feature an excerpt from the Central Works audio play Bystanders as part of our Corona Radio Theater programming, and guest host Sarah Cahill talks to playwright Patricia Milton about her play and this production. Also, an interview with playwright Lauren Gunderson about her new play The Catastrophist, a story which features award-winning virologist, and Gunderson’s husband, Nathan Wolfe, who joins the conversation. Plus, Peter Robinson reviews the Netflix productions The Dig and The Queen’s Gambit.
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Bay Area arts: Lauren Gunderson, Hershey Felder have new shows

Here are two new streaming shows Bay Area theater fans should know about. Bay Area playwright Lauren Gunderson is an unabashed lover of all things science, so you know a little thing like a deadly global pandemic isn’t going to scare her into hiding. Sure enough, Gunderson, named America’s most-produced playwright in 2017, 2019 and 2020, is back with a new work, “The Catastrophist.” And sure enough, it’s about a scientist. And not just any scientist. The one-person play focuses on famed virologist Nathan Wolfe — her husband of eight years.