The Public Theater's annual gala in Central Park was rained out June 10, but a lot of theater people, still recovering from the June 9 Tonycast and its annual round of parties, didn't much mind…
Amid the annual onslaught of legit season announcements, the Public Theater's 2013-14 slate stands out — not so much for what's unexpected on the lineup, but for its array of projects that seem to be…
Broadway regulars like Joel Grey, Oskar Eustis, Richard Kind and Stacy Keach turned out en masse Monday night at the Belasco Theater to welcome Tracie Bennett to the Great White Way as she made her…
It's only logical these days for legiters to wonder whether the Public Theater is angling for a permanent Broadway outpost.
Two summers ago, the Public Theater opened its Shakespeare in the Park season with a "Macbeth" that forcibly attempted to twist that drama of power, madness and ambition into a play about war…
Initially awkward and perplexing, but ultimately rewarding once its calculated risks pay off, Rinne Groff's "The Ruby Sunrise" is a thoughtful exploration of the mechanics of storytelling, of the…
Producing Shakespeare's three-play cycle in repertory is an epic endeavor for any theater company. Trinity Rep's presentation of the history plays that make up "The Henriad" says as much about the…