A simple tale about how tales are often more than simple, Carol Wolf’s The Thousandth Night at MetroStage is an enjoyable little punch to the gut.
Archives for April 8, 2014
I’m doing this article on Frank Loesser’s master work even though it was performed as part of the NY Encores! season for only seven performances, and if you didn’t see it this past week, you won’t be able to. It closed as scheduled on April 6th. I’m hoping it will be recorded, and if it […]
There are a lot of theaters in and around this city. Many have identities and missions that overlap, or that may even be seen as indistinguishable from one another. The American Century Theater (TACT) is not one of those theaters. Its mission is crystal clear. It does American plays written in the 20th century. If […]
Lauren Gunderson, whose I and You played at Olney Theatre Center to significant critical and audience success, has won the prestigious Steinberg/ATCA award for that play, the American Theatre Critics announced Saturday night at the Humana Festival in Louisville, Kentucky. The award identified I and You as the best new play produced by regional theater […]