J.T. Rogers's play 'Oslo' receives seven Tony nominations
NEW YORK - He's what you might call the perfect Washington playwright, a man of wide and deep curiosity who takes on complex global matters in a voice pitched for an audience that demands its theater be as entertaining as it is sophisticated.
"The political act of my work, I would argue, is to expand outward who and what is being discussed on the American stage," J.T. Rogers says. "Not because I have a civic duty to do it, but because I think it's f---ing interesting."
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