This undated publicity photo released by The Publicity Office shows, from left, Joyce Van Patten and Jeremy Strong, in a scene from Amy Herzog’s new play, “The Great God Pan,” currently performing off-Broadway at Playwrights Horizons in New York. (AP Photo/The Publicity Office, Joan Marcus)
NEW YORK (AP) — Suppose you found out something terrible might have happened to you, yet you still couldn’t remember it.
Amy Herzog’s thoughtful new play, “The Great God Pan,” about a possibly repressed memory of childhood sexual abuse, is more about the nature of memory itself, and the often well-intentioned miscommunication patterns that develop within families and relationships.
In a beautifully-conceived, affecting world premiere that opened Tuesday night off-Broadway at Playwrights Horizons, Herzog (“4000 Miles” and “After the Revolution”) Login to read more