Great actors in the full sway of their passions are likely to be more persuasive conduits to the interior of plays than the arbitrary, decorative conceptions of postmodernist directors.
Nearly everyone in radio drama is reinventing the wheel.
The shock tactics of Reza Abdoh push audiences to the edge.
A review of Dave Marsh’s new book.
A roundup of notable awards.
Weimar recreated at Louisville Classics Festival, highlighted by rare visit of the Berliner Ensemble.
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Reviews of London productions of ‘The Ride Down Mt. Morgan’ and ‘Murmuring Judges.’
‘The Black Rider’ testifies to his great love for theatre in all its manifestations. Can audiences relax and enjoy it?
The practiced lighting designer makes an auspicious and instructive directorial debut at the Guthrie.