Frank Rizzo

Review: 'Streamers'

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The dangerous calm before a battle can be the real minefield, as David Rabe reminds us in his 1976 play "Streamers," receiving a sharp and shattering revival at Boston's Huntington Theater.

Geoff Shaevitz

Review: 'Donnie Darko'

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Poor Donnie Darko. First, the troubled teen is on meds for psychological problems. Then a 6-foot rabbit tells him the world is going to end. Then a jet engine crashes into his bedroom. Then his movie…

Jimmy Kimmel

Review: 'The Price'

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When you think of existential theater, Arthur Miller doesn't come immediately to mind, but in "The Price," which is getting a stunning revival at New Haven's Long Wharf, the playwright zeroes in on…

Marketplace

Review: 'Brendan'

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In "Brendan," scribe Ronan Noone crafts a gentle, sweet-natured play about a contemporary Irish immigrant's struggle to leave the memory of the old country and his late mother behind him.

Review: '1776'

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When the curtain rises on Michael Schweikardt's stunning diorama of a set for "1776," it's like seeing a living portrait of a great moment from history.

Review: 'Macbeth'

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"Unsex me here," says Lady Macbeth, famously. At the beginning of Shakespeare's study of the ultimate power couple, she seems to have more testosterone than her warrior husband, who's growing …

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