The New York Theatre Workshop, founded in 1979, is “dedicated to exploring and presenting theatrical experiences that reflect, respond to, and invigorate a world in which we live and work.” The latest example that intends to justify this lofty aim is Ivo Van Hove’s production of Lillian Hellman’s most successful and enduring play,
Archives for September 23, 2010
Creators of children’s theatre have two rock-solid obligations: to entertain the kiddies without boring their parents to tears. This obligation is particularly binding on those who make theatre for the under-5 set.
Arena Stage’s season expands to include the First Joint National Tour of The Laramie Project and The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later Arena Stage will host the award-winning New York theater troupe Tectonic Theater Project with its national tour of The Laramie Project and The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later. The productions will feature many […]
I attended the all-day presentation of The Great Game: Afghanistan, and, during lunch, met some of its performers. One of them said “You should meet him. This is his baby.” And, with that, I met Nicolas Kent, Artistic Director of Tricycle Theatre, and director of 6 of the 12 plays comprising The Great Game.