‘Best of Both Worlds’

Playwright talks about ‘Sons of the Prophet’

Posted: January 25, 2013 at 3:41 a.m.

Stephen Karam, a Pulitzer Prize finalist for his play “Sons of the Prophet,” will speak Feb. 2 at the Fayetteville Public Library. TheatreSquared will present the regional premiere of the play Feb. 15-March 3.

Playwright Stephen Karam says it just might be “the best of both worlds.” Karam, a Pulitzer Prize finalist for his dark comedy “Sons of the Prophet,” is talking about the idea of audiences reading a play and hearing the playwright speak before they see the show. It’s something new in Northwest Arkansas, a cooperative effort between the Fayetteville Public Library, where Karam will speak Feb. 2, and TheatreSquared, which will present “Sons of the Prophet” Feb. 15-March 3.

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