Up On The Roof

Freedomland may be the wildest comedy never to win a Pulitzer Prize. Amy Freed's play was short-listed for the coveted award after its debut at South Coast Repertory, in Costa Mesa, CA. The subsequent buzz was sufficient to propel the work to New York, where it was produced by Playwrights Horizons, to mixed reviews and a shortish run. However, nobody disputed that Loy Arcenas had designed a handsome set that perfectly mirrored the skewed perspective of Freed's writing.

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