Thinking About Theater

Lear, There, and Everywhere (Part II)
By Michael Feingold · Aug 22, 2014

Further reflections on a tormenting play.

Me, the World, and The Killer
By Michael Feingold · Jun 20, 2014

Translate Ionesco, and who knows what planet you might wake up on.

Gilbert & Sullivan & ... the Marx Brothers? (Part II)
By Michael Feingold · May 23, 2014

When artists argue about money, the argument's really about art.

Gilbert & Sullivan & ... Frankenstein?
By Michael Feingold · May 16, 2014

A carpet for the theater lobby can cost a lot — in terms of friendships and careers.

Credits, or Credibility? (Part II)
By Michael Feingold · Apr 25, 2014

Is that a star, or just a string of credits?

Credits, or Credibility?
By Michael Feingold · Apr 18, 2014

With everyone hungry for the security of big names, does art stand a chance?

Connecting with Brecht (Part II)
By Michael Feingold · Mar 21, 2014

Brecht's route from Stockholm to Berlin: via Helsinki, Hollywood, and Broadway.

Connecting With Brecht
By Michael Feingold · Mar 14, 2014

Follow a great theater poet, and you can't tell where you'll wind up.

Lives, Saved or Lost (Part II)
By Michael Feingold · Feb 21, 2014

Why art endures — and why artists should.

Lives, Saved or Lost
By Michael Feingold · Feb 14, 2014

Two antithetical events prompt some somber reflections.