There's a thrilling cat fight in Beau Willimon's "The Parisian Woman," being given its world premiere at South Coast Rep. It's so good that it draws as much blood and potentially wounds as many…
South Coast Repertory
If Thornton Wilder had dropped acid, he might have written "Smokefall," a new play by Noah Haidle being given its world premiere at South Coast Repertory.
If ever a play proved one can reach the universal through particulars, it's Bill Cain's "How to Write a New Book for the Bible," splendidly executed by South Coast Rep by way of Berkeley and Seattle.
"Cloudlands" is the latest entry in the curiously expanding genre of mental-illness tuners, of which "Next to Normal," "Grey Gardens" and "Spring Awakening" are reigning champs.
Lauren Gunderson tells the story of of Henrietta Leavitt, an amateur astronomer who transcended her post as a Harvard "computer" (data entry clerk) to make significant observations on the universe…
Marc Masterson is exiting his post as a.d. at the Actors Theater of Louisville, Ky., to take up the reins at Costa Mesa's South Coast Repertory.
Production will awe those untroubled by its nervousness about language and absolute terror of genuine emotion.
This chamber tuner is alternately accomplished and shaky, but the playwright is a talent to watch.
South Coast Repertory will kick off its 2009-10 season with Stephen Sondheim in a lineup that includes two world premieres by SCR alums.
Some highly stimulating cinematic effects enliven "Hitchcock Blonde," an otherwise pedestrian attempt to deliver some Hitchcock-like thrills while commenting on the director's penchant for blondes…