There's nothing like a nasty real estate battle to enflame racial hostilities. Kirsten Greenidge puts the match to one such bonfire in "Luck of the Irish," a play that observes a family of…
Page 73 Prods., the legit company that focuses on early-career playwrights, has tapped Caroline V. McGraw as its 10th annual P73 Playwriting Fellow.
Amy Herzog's play "4,000 Miles," the creative team of tuner "Once" and Elevator Repair Service, the troupe behind buzzmagnet marathon "Gatz," are among the winners of the Off Broadway-centric Obie…
When people can't discriminate between what's morally ersatz and what's spiritually sound, they make dubious choices, whether it be an investment in overpriced designer sneakers or the…
Playwright Kirsten Greenidge forgets some dramatic fundamentals in the world preem of "Bossa Nova."
A musical based on the 1962 Shirley Jackson novel "We Have Always Lived in the Castle" will have its world premiere in New Haven as part of the 2010-11 season at the Yale Repertory Theater.
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