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Video Lee Sunday Evans Breaks Down a Scene From Intractable Woman The director of PlayCo's acclaimed production, now in performances, dissects a chilling scene from Stefano Massini's drama.

In the latest edition of Playbill's take on Anatomy of a Scene, director Lee Sunday Evans offers her insights behind a pivotal scene in Stefano Massini's Intractable Woman: A Theatrical Memo on Anna Politkovskaya, now in performances Off-Broadway. Watch the chilling scene and listen to Evans' commentary in the video above.

Intractable Woman is inspired by the life and writing of assassinated journalist and human rights activist Anna Politkovskaya, portrayed onstage by the actors Nadine Malouf, Nicole Shalhoub, and Stacey Yen.

The play continues its acclaimed run, produced by PlayCo, at 122CC, located at 150 1st Avenue, through October 14. Intractable Woman is translated by Paula Wing

For tickets and more information visit Playco.org or call (866) 811-4111.

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