Arts & Entertainment


“Scott and Hem”: An imagined second act of the crack up

Mark St. Germain's "Scott and Hem" imagines a 1937 F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway meetup in Hollywood.


Today in history: Centennial of playwright Arthur Miller

October 17 is the 100th birthdate of American author and playwright Arthur Miller.


“Hit the Wall”: Revolution starts with a hot night out

We the audience are immersed right in the epicenter of the Stonewall Rebellion that broke out the night of June 28, 1969.


“Breathe”: A brave new play about choking in America

Giving no hint of having been written 15 years ago, this is actually the world premiere production of the play.


Racism as a pigment of your imagination: “Citizen: An American Lyric”

The cutting-edge new play, with its ripped-from-the-headlines topicality, is, sadly, already in need of updating.


Hey, Boo: To stage a Mockingbird

Theater Review: Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird; the Theatricum has its finger on the American pulse.


In new play, God comes to Earth, finds his humanity

So, did you hear the one about God walking into the psychologist's office? That's the premise of "O My God."


Screamscape: The timely play "Dreamscape" about police killings

"Dreamscape" is an urgent, ripped-from-the-headlines story about a police shooting of a young Black person.


China is near: Reds versus rednecks in “Occupation”

In this play, in the not-too-distant future an indebted USA sells Florida to the People's Republic of China.


Today in history: Irish playwright Sean O'Casey is born

After the Easter Rising of 1916, an armed insurrection mounted by Irish republicans, O'Casey was inspired to write.

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