The static talkathon references the volatile period when racial barriers were coming down in the theatrical professions.
What would Audrey Hepburn do, if she walked into a performance of "Being Audrey" and saw her cinematic persona being invoked as a quasi-divine font of saving grace?
There's a sleek modernist gloss to Theater for a New Audience's "Hamlet" and Christian Camargo certainly brings contemporary standards of pale male beauty to the soulful Prince of Denmark.
They're cruel, they're reckless, and they're dangerous as hell. They're teenage girls, and Deirdre O'Connor has their number in "Jailbait," a terrific little play that finds something funny, shocking…
In her quiet but deeply moving drama "Inked Baby," Christina Anderson applies a feather-light touch to the tender topic of surrogate child-bearing. Anything heavier than a feather and her fragile…
Nature Theater of Oklahoma, which has forged a sharp, witty and utterly distinctive performance style from elements charitably called garbage, has hit the mother lode in "Rambo Solo."
Student dramaturgs could really learn their trade by practicing on "Greek Holiday."
"The Savannah Disputation," Evan Smith's audience-friendly play about two Southern sisters whose Catholic faith is shaken when they allow a perky Pentecostal Bible-thumper into the house, feels like…
Elizabeth Swados has always gone her own way, and her new music-theater piece, "Kaspar Hauser: A Foundling's Opera," is stamped with some of her familiar idiosyncrasies: the childlike perspective…
Helmer David Cromer takes a hatchet to 70 years of saccharine productions of "Our Town" by deconstructing Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning 1938 masterpiece half to death.
If it's true that all you really need to put on a great show is two boards and a passion, then Theater for a New Audience proves the dictum with its austere production of "Othello."