Surrendering to the insanity that is Feydeau's farce "A Flea in Her Ear" is a case of "double your pleasure, double your fun."
Lucy Thurber bashes smart girls who turn their backs on their low-class backgrounds.
If you don't hack them off, dead limbs kill the tree. Just consider "Stay," a new play by Lucy Thurber that could be beautiful if it weren't burdened with a stultifying plot device.
"Remarks," Gertrude Stein famously remarked, "are not literature." Neither are they musical theater, as somebody should have told the creators of "Waiting for the Moon," a tedious and crass bio of…
It's hard not to love the March girls of Concord, Mass., so deeply etched are Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy on the cultural and emotional landscape that they resurface from generation to generation like…
Ten-year-old Rattlestick has renamed itself Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, reaffirming its commitment to developing new writers through such hands-on techniques as its mentoring program and…
Area stages are awash with blood, all in the service of Greek tragedies. On Broadway it's Euripides' "Medea." At the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Mass., it's his "The Children of…