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Post-film conversation with singer/songwriter Amanda Green, daughter of star Adolph Green,
moderated by Bruce Goldstein

Monday, August 22

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Following the screening of I WANT TO GO HOME, Amanda will appear in person for a conversation with Bruce Goldstein, Film Forum Repertory Artistic Director, and an audience Q&A.

Amanda Green is a two-time Tony Award-nominated lyricist/composer and award-winning performer. She received 2022 Tony and Drama Desk award nominations for her lyrics for Mr. Saturday Night, currently running on Broadway. She received a Tony Award nomination and two Drama Desk award nominations (music and lyrics) for Hands On A Hardbody, which she co-composed with Phish frontman Trey Anastasio. Amanda was the first woman composer to receive the Frederick Loewe Award for Outstanding Composition for Musical Theater. In the same Broadway season, she co-wrote lyrics with Lin Manuel Miranda for Bring It On (Tony nominated for Best Musical, Drama Desk nomination for Lyrics). Her other Broadway credits include High Fidelity (lyrics), Kiss Me Kate (additional book and lyrics), and On the Twentieth Century (additional book and lyrics). Amanda's next project is Female Troubles, an original musical comedy about women’s reproductive freedoms, set in Jane Austen’s 19th Century England. She serves as the first woman President of The Dramatists Guild of America. Amanda is the daughter of screenwriter/lyricist/dramatist Adolph Green and actress/performer Phyllis Newman.

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