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Friends receive 5% off tickets to public events, 10% discount on purchases from our Book Shop, and complimentary invitations to our private events.
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Patrons receive a personalized signed copy of the book “My Talisman, Selected Verse & a Biography of Alexander Pushkinn”, invitations to exclusive private events for two, and their name featured on our website.
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NOTABLE PROJECTS & EVENTS
The World Première in English Verse of Pushkin’s “Little Tragedies”
To commemorate the 210th anniversary of the birth of Alexander Pushkin, “Russia’s Shakespeare” and most beloved writer, Green Lamp Press presented the world première in English verse of Pushkin’s “Little Tragedies” – described by Dostoyevsky as “the greatest play ever in any language,” translated and co-directed by award-winning author Julian Henry Lowenfeld — with performances run November 3-14, 2009 at Baryshnikov Arts Center’s Howard Gilman Performance Space in Manhattan, New York.
“Little Tragedies” featured original songs set to Pushkin’s lyrics, composed by Julian Henry Lowenfeld, with musical direction by Luiz Simas. It had art design by Lea Orth; costume design by Melissa Schlachtmeyer; lighting design by Derek Wright; and fight direction by Stephen Innocenzi. Professor Nadezhda S. Braginskaya was the production’s distinguished literary consultant.
We are happy to receive submissions from fellow artists, producers, nonprofits, cultural centers, and educational organizations. Please be advised that while we accept submission on a rolling basis, we kindly ask that you submit your proposal at least 3 months in advance of proposed start date.