A Ripe Time: Rachel Dickstein's BetrothedBy Eliza Bent
Whatever you do, don’t call Rachel Dickstein’s work ‘physical theatre.’
Funny, Strange, Provocative: Seven Plays from Clubbed ThumbBy Jason Grote
I often find myself saying that American theater in general, and playwriting in particular, are enjoying something of a creative renaissance at the moment.
Something Old, Something New: Lisa D’Amour and Katie Pearl’s Bird Eye Blue PrintBy Justin Boyd
What does it do to a play when you move it from the place and time for (and from) which it was conceived?
"The Fat Lady Will Sing with Bells On": Jenny Schwartz's God's EarBy Heidi Schreck
God’s Ear is both formally inventive and also psychologically grounded, a narrative arc that unfolds organically and with stunning emotional impact.