Playwright Ayad Akhtar really sticks it to upper-class liberals in "Disgraced," his blistering social drama about the racial prejudices that secretly persist in progressive cultural circles.
The Caucasian Chalk Circle
Toshiaki Toyoda's latest is an insinuating oddity that throws together yakuza types and a rock-star-like cult leader.
An Ethan Hawke-toplined staging of "Ivanov" and a production of "The Caucasian Chalk Circle" with a score by Duncan Sheik will fill out the 2012-13 season at Off Broadway's Classic Stage Company.
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Lisa Hackner is leaving Telepictures and looking to segue to a producing deal.
A satisfying wartime espionage drama focused on little-noted intersections between Arabic emigres and the French Resistance.
Domenique Lozano's new A.C.T.-commissioned translation is vivid enough to merit a long life of its own.
Details are finally starting to emerge on NBC's highly anticipated "The Office" spinoff -- including the show's first cast hire, Aziz Ansari of MTV's sketch comedy "Human Giant."
In addition to her customary singing, dancing and exceptional line reading for a child her age, Shirley Temple this time goes in for talking Chinese, quoting Oriental proverbs, giving imitations of…