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.
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…
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…
Can an enigmatic cult film about a troubled teen, a six-foot rabbit named Frank and the end of the world find new life -- and maybe new auds -- on stage?
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.
Nicholas Martin, the outgoing artistic director at Huntington Theater Company, is taking over as head of the Williamstown Theater Festival in the Berkshires.
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.
Roger Rees, the Tony Award-winning actor who took over at Williamstown Theatre Festival in Williamstown, Mass., is exiting as artistic director after three seasons, according to legit sources.
"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 …
A museum director's life might not at first be seen as a natural for stage dramatization. But the charismatic A. Everett "Chick" Austin's life is a dynamic work of art unto itself, filled with…