- OnMilwaukee.comAug 16 11:20 AM
Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Edward Albee has theory of evolution, if not about the existence of man, at least about the way one man lives and gets along with another. "Seascape," the third Pulitzer play Albee wrote, opened at American Players Theatre in Spring Green over the weekend and like his other great works, it looks at the evolution of relationships with an unerring eye and ...
- IsthmusAug 19 08:21 AM
In American Players Theatre’s production of “Seascape,” two couples — one human, one reptile —contemplate the meaning of life.
- The Capital TimesAug 17 09:09 AM
An aging couple retreats to a sunny beach on vacation, only to find that their differences have followed them to the sea.
- The GuardianSep 01 11:00 PM
In his new book, the Guardian’s theatre critic has selected what he thinks are the 101 greatest plays ever written, in any western language – so do you agree? Related: Choosing my 101 greatest plays – and why I left out King Lear “Why put my head on the chopping-block by writing a book hubristically entitled The 101 Greatest Plays?”, wondered the Guardian’s theatre critic Michael Billington ...
- Washington PostAug 11 07:49 PM
Printed on handmade paper and illustrated with photos, ?The Janus Turn? makes fiction also a collectible.
- Erie Times-NewsAug 05 09:12 PM
Attack of the PACA 3D is presented Friday through Sunday at PACA, 1505 State St. Admission is $10 per day Friday and Saturday, or $15 for both days; Sunday is free. To reserve tickets, visit www.paca1505.com.
- The Hollywood Reporter via Yahoo! NewsAug 28 09:00 PM
"A lot of people have been saying, 'Patrick Stewart doing comedy, that doesn't seem right,'" Stewart tells THR. He shares why the show has been a "delightful and very creative experience."
- Entertainment WeeklyAug 21 07:43 AM
In advance of his long-awaited novelÂ Purity , author Jonathan Franzen is being criticized followingÂ an interview he gave with Weekend magazine in the United Kingdom. As The Guardian reports, Franzen told Weekend that he and his partner Kathy considered adopting an...
- Daily PilotAug 11 07:26 PM
Clayton Garrison, stage director, theater professor and inaugural dean of the school of fine arts at UC Irvine, died July 27. He was 93.
- Backstage.comAug 26 08:18 AM
By Jack Smart | Posted Aug. 26, 2015, 11 a.m. Few New York theater companies can boast quite as impressive a roster of outstanding playwrights as Signature Theatre , which this season celebrates its 25th anniversary with a mix of retrospectives, returning works, and, of course, new American plays.