Annie Baker must love losers. In “The Flick,” this never-dull and consistently surprising scribe observes the aimless lives of three movie theater ushers with sharp insight and grave tenderness. Her…
Circle Mirror Transformation
The upcoming Rialto season is beginning to take shape, with the Roundabout Theater Company adding two revivals to its 2013-14 Broadway slate. A new production of Tom Stoppard's "The Real Thing,"…
The Sundance Institute's Theater Program will present its inaugural Tennesee Williams Award to playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, the scribe whose latest play will bow later this spring at the Humana…
"Bad Jews" is a biting comedy in which the grandchildren of a Holocaust survivor observe shiva by fighting over who is most deserving of the religious artifact that was his prize possession.
Sebastian Stan, Maggie Grace, Ellen Burstyn and Mare Winningham are among the thesps lined up to star in the Roundabout Theater Company's Broadway revival of "Picnic."
Michael Shannon, Georgia Engel and a slew of downtown legit vets are set to star in scribe Annie Baker's new adaptation of "Uncle Vanya," bowing at Off Broadway's Soho Rep in a production directed by…
A Broadway revival of "The Mystery of Edwin Drood," toplined by Chita Rivera, is among the initial trio of offerings announced for the 2012-13 season at the Roundabout Theater Company.
Alan Rickman returns to Broadway in the fall, when he'll topline the world preem of "Seminar," a new play by Theresa Rebeck.
Sharp helming, likable leads, sterling supporting cast, and whistle-clean design concept are all offered up in the dubious cause of making narcissism look good.
"Circle Mirror Transformation," the best-known play to date by hot scribe Annie Baker, is less than ideally served in its debut at South Coast Rep.
Annie Baker and her two plays from the 2009-10 season were recurring themes at the 55th annual Obie Awards.
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