“Radium Girls may speak to our collective capacity for denial. But it also celebrates our individual courage.”
- The Daily Record, Morristown, N.J.
“Memory is a treacherous force in “Memoirs of a Forgotten Man,” D.W. Gregory’s suspenseful and carefully wrought what-if.”
- The Washington Post
"The overall effect of Salvation Road is not unlike that of a cultish devotion: simultaneously satisfying and terrifying."
- Washington City Paper
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“The best new play in New Jersey professional theatre.”
- The Newark Star Ledger
As A Teaching Artist
Memoirs of a Forgotten Man by D.W. Gregory will receive its Washington, D.C., premiere May 5 – 29 at The Washington Stage Guild.
A 2018 hit at the Contemporary American Theatre Festival, Memoirs of a Forgotten Man portrays the determination of a totalitarian regime to erase history, and the tragic effect that has on a man who can forget nothing. The play is based on the true story of a Soviet Journalist with a photographic memory, who finds himself and those around him in peril under as Stalin’s authoritarian regime sets out to erase its political enemies.
Performances will take place at the Washington Stage Guild’s Undercroft Theatre, 900 Massachusetts Avenue, Washington.