Richard Nelson

PBS to Broadcast Off-Broadway Productions Including The Apple Family Plays, An Iliad, and The Vandal
By David Gordon · Sep 9, 2014

The shows will be seen as part of the new Theater Close-Up series.

Fun Home, All the Way Receive 2014 New York Drama Critics' Circle Awards
By David Gordon · May 18, 2014

Bryan Cranston, Sutton Foster, and more were on hand to toast the honorees.

The Public Theater and THIRTEEN Productions LLC to Film Richard Nelson's The Apple Family Plays for TV
By Bethany Rickwald · Dec 12, 2013

All four plays in the series will be captured for broadcast at a later date.

Richard Nelson's Regular Singing Opens at the Public Theater
By David Gordon · Nov 25, 2013

The final installment of Nelson's Apple Family Plays runs through December 15.

Regular Singing
By David Gordon · Nov 23, 2013

Saying goodbye to the Apple Family in Richard Nelson's latest drama is like finishing the last Harry Potter book for the first time.

The Apple Family Returns in The Public Theater's Regular Singing
By David Gordon · Nov 20, 2013

Richard Nelson's new drama completes the four-year tetralogy.

Stephen Kunken on the Pride of Joining The Apple Family and the Insecurities of Being an Actor in New York City
By Zachary Stewart · Oct 25, 2013

The Tony-nominated actor is in the repertory production of Richard Nelson's four-play cycle about a politically minded family in Rhinebeck, New York. That's eight hours of lines to learn right there.

A Look at Richard Nelson's That Hopey Changey Thing at The Public
By Bethany Rickwald · Oct 24, 2013

The play runs in rep with Nelson's Sweet and Sad and Sorry.

Pas de Trois: Michael and Marisa Cerveris' Family Dance with George Balanchine
By Kimberly Kaye · May 19, 2013
When Michael Cerveris first entered sister Marisa's New York City Ballet playground, neither imagined he'd seduce Nikolai and the Others audiences as legend George Balanchine more than 30 years later.
Nikolai and the Others
By Brian Scott Lipton · May 6, 2013
Richard Nelson's sprawling drama about Russian artists adjusting to American life bites off more than audiences can chew.