Frank Rizzo

Review: 'Three Sisters'

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Beckett, Sartre and Kafka have nothing on Krystian Lupa, the famed Polish director making his English-language debut with an epic, existential version of Chekhov's "Three Sisters." In Lupa's version…

Moscow game for plays

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The Moscow Sovremennik Theater returned to the U.S. this month -- but not on Broadway, where it played in 1996-97 to rave reviews and substantial audiences. Instead, it nestled in among gaming tables…

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Trio get O'Neill kudos

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Al Pacino and Eugene O'Neill biographers Arthur and Barbara Gelb are the 2005 recipients of the Monte Cristo Award, given annually by the O'Neill Theater Center in Waterford, Conn.

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Review: 'Safe in Hell'

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Possession takes many forms in Amy Freed's sometimes clever, sometimes obvious look at the Salem Witch Trials in "Safe in Hell." After its bow last year at South Coast Rep, the show is receiving a…

Trinity Rep taps new a.d.

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Curt Columbus, the associate artistic director at Chicago's Steppenwolf Theater, has been appointed artistic director of Trinity Repertory Company. He succeeds longtime theater head Oskar Eustis, who…

Review: 'Carol Mulroney'

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Everyone wants Carol Mulroney to be happy. Her father, husband, friend and potential lover all want the heroine of Stephen Belber's new play, world preeming at Boston's Huntington, to simply be I'm…

Review: 'The Keening'

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In Humberto Dorado's one-hander "The Keening," the audience meets an unnamed woman who is a "keener," a hired mourner who cries for us all. But in Marissa Chibas' breathtakingly honest perf, this…

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