Her new musical ‘Bella’ is a tall tale about an unlikely Old West heroine.
South Coast’s rep for developing new work makes another strong showing.
An O’Neill biography puts the drama centerstage, while a tantalizing compendium of Beckett-iana largely elides it.
It’s not just that the hit musical doesn’t tell my family’s story. It’s that it perpetuates a narrative in which the Vietnamese are victims, not fighters.
Play reading festivals come and go, but there was something electric and urgent about this year, the fest’s 7th.
More than just a nice showcase for Josh Groban, ‘Dust and Ashes’ makes the non-linearity of mental illness dramatically compelling.
When the familiar seems strange and vice versa, writers who have grasped that dichotomy seem all the more necessary.
The Book-It Repertory Theatre adaptation of the Hemingway classic takes audiences on a Parisian tour.
Denver Center’s annual new-play festival, now in its 12th year, shows writers in dialogue with the moment.
Barbara Gaines’s Chicago Shakespeare Theater staged an ambitious yearlong program in 2016. I tried to match that ambition as an attendee, with mixed success.