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.