Plays by Charles L. Mee, Naomi Wallace and Zoe Kazan are on the slate of the 33rd Humana Fest of New American Plays, one of the few nationally prominent showcases for new legit works.
For nearly seven weeks, Melora Hardin is trading the offices of Scranton's Dunder Mifflin for the bright lights of Broadway.
Even for those of us who overdosed in recent weeks on a compulsive diet of MSNBC and CNN, and who may now be cautiously ready to renew our faith in the system, "Farragut North" is juicy entertainment.
"We're a breed apart from the rest of humanity," says Addison DeWitt of theater folk in "All About Eve."
"Looped," the Tallulah Bankhead bio-play starring Valerie Harper, gets a stint in Florida this winter in a run billed as pre-Broadway.