Every January the hallucinations come: Escher-like pirates and brigands appear on New York's signboards accompanied by black-and-white lettering announcing Richard Foreman's newest play at the legendary Ontological-Hysteric Theatre. Since 1968, the 67-year-old writer-director-designer has created at least one major production each year, rehearsing throughout the fall, opening in early January, and performing five nights a... More >>>