From ‘The Wizard of Oz’ to the Negro Ensemble Company, another eventful month on the stage.
In ‘Abigail/1702,’ Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa finds a familiar ‘Crucible’ character in dire straits.
A puppet piece inspired by utopian farmers puts down deep roots.
Tarell Alvin McCraney and Bijan Shebani’s adaptation of the tragedy is fast and festive.
Parisian romanticism meets ‘The Twilight Zone’ in Ken Page’s ‘Café Chanson.’
Howard Brenton’s play imagines Henry VIII’s ill-fated second wife as a major player in a religious struggle.
To create Enda Walsh’s pool setting for ‘Penelope,’ Undermain Theatre is setting up shop in new digs.
ACT Theatre’s Gian-Carlo Scandiuzzi ups the artistic ante.
His themes and characters get upended by female artists with fresh insights into plays we thought we knew.
Reponses to stories about method acting and the National New Play Network.