King John
By Ben Winters · May 8, 2002
Sage Logan, Anna Zastrow, and David Dartleyclown around in King John Dopplegäng Productions' take on Shakespeare's take on King J
By Brooke Pierce · May 6, 2002
Katie Firth in Finally It earned him an award for Excellence in Playwriting at the 2000 New York Fringe Festival, and now Stephen Belber's Finally ...
By Lex Lonehood · May 3, 2002
Michelle Morain in Homebody/Kabul Now receiving its West Coast debut at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Tony Kushner's new play Homebody/Kabul has ...
The Pajama Game
By David Finkle · May 3, 2002
Not at all in love? Karen Ziemba and co-workers in The Pajama Game(Photo: Gerry Goodstein) If The Pajama Game were being ...
That Championship Season
By Brooke Pierce · May 2, 2002
(l to r): Andrei Mignea, Michael Floyd, Scott Twilligear,Jim Williams, and Tristan Coal in That Championship Season In a city known ...
The Man Who Had All the Luck
By David Finkle · May 2, 2002
The Man Who Had All the Looks: Chris O'Donnell tackles Arthur Miller (Photo: Joan Marcus) Although you frequently hear that certain plays fare poorly with critics a
Into the Woods
By David Finkle · Apr 30, 2002
Witchy, witchy woman: Vanessa Williams in Into the Woods (Photo: Joan Marcus) "The light is getting dimmer / I think I see a glimmer," observes Stephen Sondh
Private Lives
By Barbara and Scott Siegel · Apr 29, 2002
Alan Rickman and Lindsay Duncanin Private Lives(Photo: Alastair Muir) Just as clothes can make the man, so, too, can actors make the play. Noël Coward's
Family Stories: A Slapstick Tragedy
By Caroline Burlingham Ellis · Apr 26, 2002
Danielle Skraastad and Emma Bowersin Family Stories: A Slapstick Tragedy The North American premiere of Family Stories: A Slapstick
The Mystery of Charles Dickens
By David Finkle · Apr 26, 2002
Simon Callow explores The Mystery of Charles Dickens (Photo: Joan Marcus) Americans spending Christmas in England are often surprised that the seasonal celebr