A nineteenth-century American classic, re-imagined for the stage as a tale of racial injustice.
Emotions run high in this version of Shakespeare's classic tale of star-crossed lovers, set in one of today's flashpoints of international strife.
In the waning days of the Vietnam War, democracy itself seemed to have ground to a halt. A newly re-staged play delves into that period.
The Chicago-based one-woman show brings audiences to tears of laughter and pain.
Provocative and at times hilarious, the new one-man show captures Gregory's way of afflicting the comfortable.
This two-person tour de force is playing through June 26 at the Hudson Backstage in Los Angeles.
The Chicago festival encompasses the IHTF mission, but like giardiniera adds its own distinct flavor by "addressing specific issues facing its home city."
Molina keeps the rapid-fire, crackerjack dialogue calibrated to his split-second timing, recreating the hustle of a busy restaurant that diners never imagine.
Pepperdine University's Theatre Department has just presented a short four-performance run of the classic.
Sicilian playwright Luigi Pirandello's iconoclastic play is all the more impressive when one takes into account that its premiere in Rome was way back in 1921.