- West Side Leader & South Side News LeaderApr 02 6:49 AM
MERRIMAN VALLEY — “A Delicate Balance,” by Edward Albee, earned the first of three Pulitzer Prizes for the playwright. Some have suggested he received the Pulitzer for “A Delicate Balance” because the Pulitzer committee didn’t award him the prize for “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf.”
- Salon.comApr 19 8:28 AM
In this overheated, overcrowded world, the books of these "reluctant environmentalists" can be our guides
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- The Moscow TimesApr 18 18:54 PM
1900: Oleg Menshikov's one-actor show based on Alessandro Baricco's monologue "Novecento" about an extraordinary pianist. Yermolova Theater. 7 p.m. NEW A Contemporary Idyll (Sovremennaya Idilliya): Yevgeny Kamenkovich's staging based on a series of short stories by the 19th-century satirist Mikhail Saltykov-Shchedrin.
- Philadelphia Daily NewsMar 21 4:26 AM
SPRING'S STAGE schedule is a typical cup-runneth-over affair, mixing the classic and the brand new (and new twists on standards), comedies and dramas, musicals and scripts without scores.
- Chambersburg Public OpinionApr 18 17:33 PM
NEW YORK (AP) — An Arizona-based writer, editor, photographer and designer has won the ninth Yale Drama Series Prize with her debut play based on the real story of a slave in Missouri who killed her master in 1855.
- The Hollywood ReporterMar 25 14:56 PM
Marianne Elliott directs this fast-moving comedy of manners with a psychological twist, the last new play to bow at London’s National Theatre under outgoing director Nicholas Hytner. read more
- Philly.comApr 17 0:32 AM
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- Main Line Suburban LifeApr 14 5:24 AM
RADNOR When it comes to fun this summer, young Radnor actors and playwrights are being creative -- literally.
- The Hollywood Reporter via Yahoo! NewsApr 17 6:00 AM
Plays starring Bradley Cooper and Jake Gyllenhaal, a musical by Sting and Glenn Close's first Broadway show in 20 years are among more than a dozen productions that have already closed but are still eligible for Tony nominations.
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