David Pratt

David Pratt is a freelance arts writer and development consultant living in New York City. In addition to   The Juilliard Journal  , he has written for  The New York Times , Playbill, and many other publications.  

Articles by David Pratt

Why would the Juilliard Drama Division, known for its superb classical training, ask students to experiment with untested—perhaps even unfinished—contemporary plays?
In 1987, the Juilliard Orchestra became the first American conservatory orchestra to perform in mainland China. On May 26, the orchestra, its conductor James DePreist, ...
Starting in the 1970s and ending shortly before his death of liver cancer in 2005, the playwright August Wilson (photo) wrote one play about black ...