We’ve all been there — at another couple’s house in the country when too many bottles of wine are consumed over dinner and a sexually charged quarrel breaks out to ruin the whole weekend. Theresa…
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Scribe Theresa Rebeck has switched up the play she'll be developing at the O'Neill National Playwrights Conference this summer, replacing the previously announced "Fool" with another new play she's…
"Good for them," Theresa Rebeck thought when she read in Variety that Steven Spielberg had sold a drama series at Showtime revolving around an effort to mount a Broadway musical.
Teaching the young proves a treacherous business for both tutor and students in "Seminar."
The Mark Taper Forum is swapping out Theresa Rebeck's "The Novelist" with her new dark comedy "Poor Behavior," which will have its world premiere Sept. 18.
Theresa Rebeck's Magic premiere is a juicy black comedy with the potential to travel as widely as the TV scenarist and novelist's prior stage intrigue, "Mauritius."
The one-act gains considerable fizz from punchy production and bristling interplay of its actors.
Trite, unrelentingly abrasive play confines itself to easy observations made countless times before.
Theresa Rebeck's "Mauritius" -- in which two half-sisters wrangle with three shady dudes over their mother's legacy of vintage stamps -- can be enjoyed for its snappy dialogue and twisty mystery…