Expanding its indie financing arm before next month’s Toronto Intl. Film Festival, United Talent Agency has hired veteran international sales-distribution exec Yale Chasin. Chasin is joining UTA’s…
"I'm a little bit trapped, I'm afraid," says the not-so-poor-butterfly title character in David Adjmi's audacious and stunning "Marie Antoinette," a co-prod that received joint world preems, first in…
Meet the Joneses. And meet the Joneses again. They're two couples that share more than a surname in Will Eno's weird and wonderful play, getting its world preem at New Haven's Yale Repertory Theater.
A play centering on a young, bright American couple living in a raffish section of Paris sounds like a night of romance and fun, but playwright Amy Herzog's look at her protags' deceptive lives turns…
A musical based on the 1962 Shirley Jackson novel "We Have Always Lived in the Castle" will have its world premiere in New Haven as part of the 2010-11 season at the Yale Repertory Theater.
"Notes From Underground," world premiering at Yale Rep, is an open wound of a play, oozing self-loathing, throbbing with intensity and stinking with misogyny.
Scribe Neil Wechsler has picked up the Yale Drama Series Award for his play "Grenadine."
"Marriage is hell on earth if you're not happy," says a character early in Jose Rivera's "Boleros for the Disenchanted," receiving its world preem at Yale Rep.
You might be tempted to call "The Evildoers," David Adjmi's anxiety attack of a play receiving its world preem at Yale Rep, "Dinner with Friends -- in Hell."
Hot and throbbing rock music, pulsating with hormones and teenage angst, helped Frank Wedekind's "Spring Awakening" heat up the Rialto this season. But Yale Rep's production has not found its way…
The dream of having a writer's words come to life onstage becomes a comic nightmare in Keith Reddin's adaptation of Mikhail Bulgakov's "Black Snow." But the Yale Rep production of this absurdist tale…