What better way to counter the invisibility of older women than by putting them on stage? Caryl Churchill's new play at the Royal Court, coming soon after last fall’s “Here We Go” at the National…
Routinely described as Britain's greatest living playwright — arguably in a job-share with Tom Stoppard — Caryl Churchill can do in a 45-minute triptych what most writers take three full acts for…
Dennis Kelly, Tony-winning bookwriter of the musical "Matilda," is second only to Caryl Churchill as the U.K.'s most ambitious and iconoclastic dramatist. "The Ritual Slaughter of Gorge Mastromas,"…
With 20 actors racing between 50 roles across a time-traveling plot, Bruce Norris' "The Low Road" is a cross between a pageant and a parable. Dominic Cooke's supremely witty, fleet-footed production…
A world premiere by Edward Albee and the U.S. bow of Caryl Churchill's new play are among notable additions to Off Broadway's 2013-14 lineup.
A self-styled "entertainment in three parts," it's as confrontational for audiences as it is for its characters.
West End productions accounted for just three of the 26 nominations in the shortlist for the Evening Standard Drama awards.
Is "Love and Information" the funniest and sharpest sketch show in town or theater's most audacious enquiry into the nature of how we perceive and navigate our way through the world? Both.
Almost a British environmental version of "Angels in America" as written by Caryl Churchill.
"Cloud 9," Caryl Churchill's 1979 skewering of sexual politics, may have lost some of its shock value, but until empire-building, feminism and homophobia are no longer button-pushing issues, this…
Manhattan Theater Club's "Doubt," New York Theater Workshop's "Hedda Gabler" and the commercially produced "Woman Before a Glass" at the Promenade Theater were the big winners Monday night at the…