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…
Helena, the love-hungry heroine of Shakespeare's strange and strained romantic comedy "All's Well That Ends Well," apparently never read "He's Just Not That Into You."
Cleaning is good for the soul -- and so is laughter. Both themes are elegantly and imaginatively intertwined in Sarah Ruhl's "The Clean House," the Susan Smith Blackburn winner receiving its world…
When Athol Fugard's "Master Harold ... and the Boys" opened on Broadway in 1982, following an incendiary reception for its premiere at New Haven's Yale Rep, the cruel exigencies of South Africa's…
Yale Repertory Theater will host a Russian company performing a stage adaptation of a Chekhov story next season, with such productions becoming a theme of new artistic director James Bundy's…
What is Amy Freed's "The Psychic Life of Savages''? Parody, spoof, black comedy? Surely it is not meant to be a serious attempt to illuminate the fine line between poetic genius and madness, as…
An attempt at an extravagant theatrical tour de force that bombs isn't the best way for a new artistic director of the Yale Repertory Theater and dean of the Yale School of Drama to introduce…