The stubbornness of a tough-talking, reckless ruler; using patriotism as a weapon against civic unrest; a law-and-order leader who demands unquestioning loyalty; a younger generation eager for…
The nuttiness of the 1980s therapy craze may no longer pack the same comedic punch it did when Christopher Durang's "Beyond Therapy" first bowed in 1981. But the Williamstown Theater Festival's…
There's a sense of sweet desperation among the characters who work at Maraczek's Parfumerie in Bock and Harnick's "She Loves Me," which is getting a valentine of a production from Huntington Theater…
Desire is still the name of the game in Tennessee Williams' fevered dream of a play, "The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore." Except this time it's not love that propels its protagonist but the…
Diane Paulus, the theater and opera helmer known for long-running Off Broadway hit "The Donkey Show," is the new artistic director of the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Mass.
The play is not all in one coherent psyche," gripes a character in "Cardenio." Few would argue, but comic chaos is also the point -- and the fun -- of this antipasto of a play premiering at the…
Yale's new play and tuner efforts just got super-sized.
Two new plays from London will be making their American preems in New Haven in the next season.
The Huntington Theater Company and American Repertory Theater went home with four prizes each Monday night at the 26th annual Elliot Norton Awards, honoring the best of Boston-area legit.
"Marriage is hell on earth if you're not happy," says a character early in Jose Rivera's "Boleros for the Disenchanted," receiving its world preem at Yale Rep.