The Legacy Project

The Legacy Project documents and preserves the creative process of America's most esteemed dramatists in a series of filmed conversations, each featuring an established stage author (or team of collaborators) and an emerging one.

 

The Legacy Project serves to heighten awareness of writing and composing for the stage and are intended for an audience of students, historians, aficionados of the theatre, and the public in general. They provide a unique window into the thinking of America’s most prominent and promising playwrights, composers, lyricists and librettists. The Legacy Project producers include Nancy Ford, Carol Hall, Peter Ratray and Jonathan Reynolds. The interviews are filmed and directed by Jeremy Levine and Landon Van Soest of Transient Pictures. Leonard Majzlin serves as Media Advisor to DGF. The Legacy Project was originally conceived by Jonathan Reynolds.

You can purchase the 10-DVD boxed sets of Volume I  for $200.00 each (plus $12.00 for shipping/handling).

The Legacy Project: Volume III is now available to the public on YouTube thanks to support from Roe Green & The Roe Green Foundation.

Select episodes from The Legacy Project are now available on iTunes.

 
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