In Eugene O’Neill’s classic drama A Moon for the Misbegotten, two lost souls reach out to each other across a blighted stretch of earth, riding waves of hope and heartbreak in pursuit of a love that was doomed from the very beginning.
Among all of the sports, boxing consistently produces the most gripping stories. Rod Serling’s portrayal of one battered gladiator of the ring, Requiem for a Heavyweight, was originally written for live production on “Playhouse 90” in 1956 and became one of the most acclaimed works of the era. If you see the superlative production by […]
The Missiles of October adapted by Karey Faulkner from a teleplay by Stanley R. Greenberg based in part on the book “Thirteen Days” by Robert F. Kennedy directed by Karey Faulkner produced by The Heritage Theatre Company reviewed by Tim Treanor Heritage, a relatively young company which, as its mission, produces plays about American history, […]