Is Uncle Benjamin still alive? Are Marian and Adam back together? Has Richard gone over to the dark side and become a Republican? And is everyone agreed that this country has gone to hell in the…
In Richard Nelson's new play, “Nikolai and the Others,” George Balanchine, Igor Stravinsky, Maria Tallchief and a full complement of other notable Russian emigres spend a Chekhovian weekend together…
Scribes ascribe to life-affirming words and stories in 2012
"Sorry" is the penultimate in Richard Nelson's wonderful series of plays marking transformative moments in the lives of a family of New York liberals, each milestone coinciding with some profound…
Elevated somewhat by the stunt casting of Bill Murray as FDR, this frequently tacky tell-all amplifies one aspect of "The King's Speech's" appeal by revealing celebrated world leaders to be as…
Dustin Guy Defa's "Bad Fever" takes mumblecore to its reductio ad absurdum, featuring a hero whose utterances border on the unintelligible.
To speak or not to speak -- that's the question behind "Sweet and Sad," the second play in Richard Nelson's projected trilogy about the Apple family.
With Second Stage coming up on its 30th anniversary, and much solid original work to show for those years, it's worth noting that the company has been just as diligent about carrying out another of…
Frank Lloyd Wright, the architectural visionary who endured a roller-coaster career and an oft-troubled personal life, seems a ripe subject for dramatic exploration, but you would never know it from…
Richard Nelson has always written with perception and literary flair about the profound sense of dislocation afflicting people cut off from their geographic roots and psychic inclinations. The…
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