Road Less Traveled brings Gurney’s ‘Ancestral Voices’ to the stage

Posted on April 20, 2012 by gina No Comments  

By Colin Dabkowski, The Buffalo News

In the late 1990s, A.R. Gurney tried his hand at writing a novel. The prolific playwright had pulled it off before. But this time around, he hit a wall.

The novel-in-progress contained two separate threads that seemed to work on their own but never quite came together, hard as Gurney tried to unite them. So, the Buffalo-bred dramatist, whose work often deals with the soft-focus travails of Buffalo’s vanished aristocracy, returned to where he has always been most comfortable…READ FULL PREVIEW HERE

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