Pulitzer Prize

Lynn Nottage's 'Intimate Apparel' to get revival at Everyman Theatre

Lynn Nottage's 'Intimate Apparel' to get revival at Everyman Theatre

Lynn Nottage gives voice in her plays to people kept on the margins of society or the news media, people confined to the footnotes of history.

Her 2017 Pulitzer Prize-winning work, “Sweat,” explored middle-class lives in a struggling American factory town. In “Ruined,” which won the 2009 Pulitzer, Nottage focused on women trapped in the horror of a Congolese civil war.

And in 2003, Nottage opened a window into African-American life in early 20th-century New York with “Intimate Apparel,” about a lonely seamstress trying to fulfill her dreams of love and a career against considerable odds. It premiered at Baltimore Center Stage and receives a revival from Everyman Theatre this...

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