Paul Harris

Review: ‘Mr. Roberts’


The Kennedy Center's six-month festival of arts from the 1940s includes a most satisfying production of Thomas Heggen and Joshua Logan's "Mr. Roberts," which has docked at the Eisenhower Theater for…

Review: ‘Afterplay’


In "Afterplay," Brian Friel has written a delicate, bite-sized morsel of Chekhovian drama featuring an imaginary encounter between two of Anton Chekhov's more prominent characters some 20 years after…

Review: ‘Columbinus’


The 1999 shootings at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colo., are grist for "Columbinus," written by the United States Theater Project and making its debut at the Round House. It's a wordy but…

Kencen stages ‘Mame’


The Kennedy Center will mount the musical "Mame" and host the touring musicals "Wicked" and "Little Women" during an ambitious 2005-06 season. A new production of Frank Gilroy's 1965 play "The…

Review: ‘Lorenzaccio’


French playwright Alfred de Musset's "Lorenzaccio" has long been a fixture in French theater, but the 1833 play is seldom performed in the U.S. One chief reason, aside from its enormous cast, is the…

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