You do not mess with Kristin Miller. In the 1960s, she was a radical activist and political protester. Now a celebrated art historian, the publication of her memoir threatens to split her family apart. But Kristin has never been one to shy away from a fight.
Direct from London, Alexi Kaye Campbell’s biting play “Apologia” makes its New York debut, produced by Roundabout Theatre Company and featuring Stockard Channing in a powerhouse performance as a woman facing the repercussions of her past.
“Apologia” runs off-Broadway at the Laura Pels Theatre through December 16. Playwright and screenwriter, Alexi Kaye Campbell joins us.
Bio:ALEXI KAYE CAMPBELL (Playwright) is a playwright and scriptwriter. His play "The Pride" was first performed at The Royal Court Theatre in London in a production directed by Jamie Lloyd. It was awarded the Critics Circle Prize for Most Promising Playwright, the John Whiting Award for Best New Play and the Laurence Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre. The play transferred to New York in a production directed by Joe Mantello at MCC Theatre. It was later revived in London’s West End. His play "Apologia" premiered at The Bush Theatre in London and was nominated for a Writers Guild Award for Best New Play and the John Whiting Award. It recently ran on the West End in an acclaimed revival starring Stockard Channing, directed by Jamie Lloyd. His other plays include "The Faith Machine" (Royal Court Theatre), "Bracken Moor" (Tricycle Theatre, London), and "Sunset at the Villa Thalia" (Royal National Theatre). His first film, "Woman in Gold," starred Helen Mirren.