Although a little slow in the early going, "The Legend of Georgia McBride" — the new play by Matthew Lopez, whose title "The Whipping Man" was one of the most-produced plays in the country last…
A Passover Seder dinner provides the premise for a free-swinging discussion of politics and religion, including the Middle East, in Lisa Loomer's often funny but frustratingly stereotype-laden…
Story probes the litigious, scam-filled, and get-rich-quick schemes that poison our zeitgeist.
Just when her career, marriage and friendships seem lost, an inspired artist is driven to paint a way out, in the power-packed world premiere of Michele Lowe's "Map of Heaven."
"The House of the Spirits" bursts forth in the circular Space Theater of the Denver Center Theater Company.
Play mines a mother/daughter road adventure to extract an array of subtle gems.
The depth and breadth of damage done to Persian civilization has been severe throughout the reign of Saddam and the war under President Bush. But in this touching portrait of an Iraqi anthropologist…
Amidst continuing U.S. debate over the use of torture and lingering allegations of war crimes directed toward the White House, multi-hyphenate Ami Dayan brings a new English translation of Latin…
The accelerating speed of historical events makes it hard to write a topical play. Couple this with the difficulty of getting a play produced, and the window of opportunity for a new work to run in…
The successful 2006 Broadway revival of the long-running "A Chorus Line" hit the road with loads of traction in a spirited Mile High City tour premiere. The immediacy of the original bare-bones…
Look up quilting and you're likely to find a reference to Gee's Bend, Ala. The isolated peninsula on the Alabama River is home to a unique community of former African-American slaves who stitch…