Life lessons are learned in sad, comic and very human ways in Stephen Karam's darkly funny and touching new play, "Sons of the Prophet."
Tony Award nominee and Pulitzer finalist Quiara Alegria Hudes will preem her latest play, "Water by the Spoonful," at Hartford Stage Oct. 20-Nov. 13.
Eight new plays -- including scripts by Quiara Alegria Hudes, Keith Reddin and Keith Huff -- will make up the 47th annual National Playwrights Conference at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in…
Mortality, morality and science are the big subjects this technopera grapples with in former poet laureate Robert Pinsky's playful, lyrical and existential libretto.
Audiences take a leap of faith in wonderful crazy quilt of a play "Agnes Under the Big Top," receiving its world preem at New Haven's Long Wharf Theater.
World preems by Amy Herzog ("After the Revolution") and Will Eno, who penned "Middletown" and "Thom Paine (based on nothing)," will top the menu of six shows at Yale Repertory Theater's 2011-12…
Ray Cullom is ankling his position of managing director of New Haven's Long Wharf Theater after less than two years.
What promises to be a juicy untold tale of intrigue, inspiration and ego unfolds as a Renaissance primer, stuffed with enough research to fill a mini-series.
Propelled by a lean script, cut-to-the-quick lyrics and an angst-filled score, this world preem hits the zeitgeist jackpot.
"This is a glory in itself," says art expert Bernard Berenson (Sam Waterston) as he gazes at a Renaissance painting, allowing himself a moment where he's not consumed with the business of determining…