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Writer/performer Anne Torsiglieri thinks trains are awesome in "A" Train (photo by HuthPhoto)

Anne Torsiglieri’s "A" Train at PlayMakers Repertory Company Is an Engrossing 90 Minutes — and an Absolute Must-See Show

“A” Train: The Play, an original play written and performed by Anne Torsiglieri, is an excellent work, exploring a modern mom’s experience of autism. PlayMakers Repertory Company’s PRC2 second-stage production of this one-woman show zips along for an engrossing 90 minutes, full of stops and turns and the occasional unexpected jolt — not unlike the… Read More ›

Anne Torsiglieri’s "A" Train, at PlayMakers Repertory Company on April 25-29, Chronicles Her Own Wild Ride on the Autism Train

For the ninth and final production of its crowd-pleasing 2017-18 season, PlayMakers Repertory Company will present “A” Train: The Play, written and performed by Anne Torsiglieri and directed by Risa Brainin, with music by Brad Carroll, on April 25-29 in the Elizabeth Price Kenan Theatre in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Joan… Read More ›