An introduction to excerpts from the performance monologue by Spalding Gray.
The persistence, contra the puritans, of Marlowe’s ‘Doctor Faustus.’
In Wilson’s gigantic vision of ‘CIVIL warS,’ the conflict extends from classes and races to species and sexes, and even beyond, to the cosmic.
Jonathan Miller’s ‘Rigoletto’ taps the work’s Shakespearean roots, via a transplant to Little Italy.
What a mystery it is that these tiny and ever-shrinking dramacules—these death rattles—can bring so much life to the theatre.
Translation projects are bridging the cultural gap.
Tharp has turned the tables on both dance and theatre, while having her cake and eating it, too.