Before previews, go behind the scenes of playwright J. T. Rogers’s newest play, Corruption, which will open this spring at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater. Corruption is the story behind the story of the 2009-2011 international phone hacking scandal that exposed the criminal news-gathering techniques of the Rupert Murdoch media empire, and ultimately brought down UK news outlets, senior British politicians, and police officers. New York Times Magazine reporter Susan Dominus moderates a discussion with Rogers and Sher and cast members perform highlights.
Lincoln Center Theater’s Oslo at Works & Process, March 6, 2017, featuring, from left: Elizabeth Rubin, Terje Rød-Larsen, J. T. Rogers, and Bartlett Sher. Photo: Jacklyn Meduga