Intar has such a lock on plays by disgruntled Cubans that references to U.S. bumbling on the Bay of Pigs and the Cuban Missile Crisis echo throughout much of the company's work.
In Intar's revival of Maxwell Anderson's little-remembered 1932 drama, "Night Over Taos," director Estelle Parsons creates a mise en scene almost entirely out of bodies.
Chay Yew's percussive staging of Federico Garcia Lorca's classic drama "The House of Bernarda Alba" is a reminder of the stark simplicity at the heart of true theater. Opening with a rhythmic…
There's some love, at least ostensibly, but certainly not a whit of valor or compassion in Kevin Elyot's "My Night With Reg," a joyless, unfunny comedy-drama in which a close-knit (not to say…
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