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The British preem production of Ayad Akhtar's award-winning "Disgraced" and play-writing debuts from two National Theater actors Cush Jumbo and Rory Kinnear headline the newly announced 2013 slate at…
The phrase "intensely poetic" is usually a warning sign, the equivalent of "Danger, no tension here." But the intensity of Ian Rickson's ceaselessly fascinating revival of Harold Pinter's "Old Times"…
From the comically defined opening to the sadness of the final scene, the hallmark of Richard Eyre's revival of "Quartermaine's Terms" is the detail he teases out of his actors.
Is the heartbreak in the pivotal scene of "Port" more extraordinary for the leading character Racheal (Kate O'Flynn) and her ex-boyfriend Danny (Calum Callaghan) or for the rapt audience? Impossible…
New productions of James Baldwin's "The Amen Corner," helmed by Rufus Norris, and "King Lear," helmed by Sam Mendes, headline the packed National Theater 2013-2014 slate announced Wednesday by a.d…
"The Turn of the Screw" is a story with ghosts, which is not the same thing as a ghost story.
Jonathan Kent's SRO Chichester Festival Theater production of Noel Coward's comedy of marital (bad) manners "Private Lives" will transfer to the West End's Gielgud theater in June.