Recovering from a long weekend away can be tough. Here are five events to help ease you into fall.
Richard Nelson's Cold War dish, served chilled
A review roundup of shows in Under the Radar, Coil, and more
Tina Satter and company do their version of Chekhov at the Coil festival
Chekhov goes to the circus
Playwright Jeffery Hatcher does a riff on The Seagull
Maly Drama returns to BAM with another Chekhov
Britten gets bedbugs
John Turturro, Dianne Weist, and Juliet Rylance help CSC complete its Chekhov cycle
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Rich people problems. Compelling ones!
Jay Scheib adapts Samuel R. Delany's epic science-fiction classic Dhalgren
Uncle Vanya speaks his mother-tongue
This Chekhov adaptation needs your prayers
An adaptation of Chekhov's The Black Monk
Three wedding tales get hitched in The Betrothed
Two plays about structurally-unsound foundations
A pair of non-English English plays forge into Broadway's deep waters
Success Has Gotten Us Where We Are. Why Not Try Failure?
Butts and Doughnuts in the Zone
After 100 Years of Experiment, What'll the Theater Do for an Encore?
Martha Clarke Unbuttons the Fin de Siècle