Play draws on West African myth to tell down-home stories rich in cultural specificity.
An enjoyably slick but entirely soulless update of Fritz Lang's controversial 1956 noir.
Death flaps by at least a few times in every play about war, but it sits perched on the shoulder of "The Poor Itch," the Public Lab's posthumous production of John Belluso's sprawling, truncated…
A sprawling tale of life in a backwoods lumber camp during the 1930s, "Polk County" has been mounted with cinematic sweep on the Princeton stage by director Kyle Donnelly, who adapted the piece with…
Bill Irwin projects himself into the career of George L. Fox, a once-famous but long-forgotten 19th-century clown beloved for his white-face role of Humpty Dumpty. The clown-playwright offers a…
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