March 18, 2013
Yasmina Reza is the kind of playwright that makes other playwrights green with envy. Her 1995 play, Art, has been produced in more than 30 languages, and her 2007 play, God of Carnage, was turned into a film in 2012 by Roman Polanski. So, I asked a Facebook fr ... More >>
SO...I've been sitting on this announcement for months, partly because I fully expected it to fall through, but here we are: next week is the world debut of ¡Ask a Mexican! in play form, in New York.Rejoice, racialists!But it's a much-bigger deal than me just doing my usual rant for alt-weekly r ... More >>
Lost in the hullabaloo over Shopping and Fucking (hullabaloo as in walk-outs and notoriety attached to the name and graphic depictions of sex and violence on stage) is that the Monkey Wrench Collective is producing another show at the same time: Caryl Churchill's Drunk Enough to Say I Love You?
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South Coast Repertory has produced hundreds of plays by hundreds of playwrights in its 47 years. And it's a theater that takes its playwrights very seriously. From day one, SCR has committed itself to producing highly literate plays that emphasize language over flash. That's borne out by the legi ... More >>