Caryl Churchill’s Serious Money gets a revival
PTP/NYC revives Caryl Churchill's 1987 satire
How much should facts matter in theater? A look at the controversy surrounding the performer.
Soho Rep mounts Marius von Mayenburg's German import
We ask theater writers to name their pick
Nate "Igor" SmithSomehow not at all tired of this guy In the week some of us returned bedraggled and red-eyed from SXSW and some of us returned bedraggled and red-eyed from all the weed people were blazing at that Morrissey show, we couldn't quite stop listening to that Micachu record. FYI: The Co ... More >>
Photo from the Royal Court's February production in London For a minor playlet, Caryl Churchill's Seven Jewish Children has certainly generated quite the brouhaha. In seven brief scenes, the 10-minute piece tracks 80 years of Jewish history--from the Nazi era to the recent Gaza invasion--in the fo ... More >>
Debate continues to rage in the British press as to whether or not Caryl Churchill's new playlet Seven Jewish Children is anti-Semitic or not. The 10-minute piece, which was written is response to Israel's invasion of Gaza, just concluded its run at London's Royal Court, where it was met with a ra ... More >>
Top Girls, meanwhile, channels pure acting power
The lessons of girl power
History glows in The Conscientious Objector; vapidity kills Caryl Churchill's dumb cartoon
ERS follows up Fitzgerald with Faulkner
Caryl Churchill stages an indecent proposal
Writers Brooke Berman and Mike Leigh offer new plays that barely exist
Back in New York with a new play and starring in another, Sam Shepard reflects on the dangerous farce of contemporary politics
Bilingual, time-jumping, and polycultural, John Jesurun scrambles Goethe's mythic egghead
No more media softballing: London stages offer sharp rebukes to Blair and Bush
What Kind of Political Theater Are We Really After?
The State of Black Theater in New York
After a String of Royal Court Premieres, Christopher Shinn Goes Stateside
The Rude Mechanicals Travel the 'Most Modern Journey'
Where Genius And Problem Case Meet
Classical Music Builds to a Crescendo
Brit playwright makes mischief