New Dramatists has named producer Daryl Roth and playwright Paula Vogel as the 2017 recipients of the organization’s Distinguished Achievement Awards. The honors are handed out every spring at the…
Here’s a sure bet for the regional theater circuit — a play about a play that shocked Broadway and landed both the show’s producer and its leading man in jail. “Indecent” is what critics called the…
With the legit producing landscape and the nation's network of nonprofit theaters evolving in major ways over the years, the 37-year-old Humana Festival of New American Plays may not occupy the same…
"How I Learned to Drive," which won Paula Vogel the Pulitzer Prize in 1998 (and hasn't been seen in New York since), is one of those plays you don't forget in a hurry.
Although Theater Tribe's L.A. premiere of Paula Vogel's "The Long Christmas Ride Home" is being advertised as "a puppet play with actors," it is as far removed from a standard puppet show as it is…
Synthesizing the work of more than 100 artists is a daunting task at best, yet Curious Theater Company's ambitious examination of the U.S. at war comes through with flying colors. The material and…
Paula Vogel's bittersweet 1992 drama is a lesser effort from a playwright who would go on to win the Pulitzer Prize for drama (in 1998 for "How I Learned to Drive") and rack up a significant body of…
"How I Learned to Drive," Paula Vogel's family album of a play, holds some dark secrets that are revealed with progressively vivid flashbacks and acted with a disturbing sense of keyhole intimacy.
"Baby" is the tale of a thoroughly modern threesome: pregnant Anna (Cherry Jones), her lover Ruth (Mary Mara) and their extremely good friend Peter (Peter Frechette), the father-to-be.