The Kitchen hosts the newest from the noted avant-garde writer-director
Richard Maxwell returns to the Kitchen
Start lining up for the Whitney Biennial
The Wooster Group and the New York City Players team up for an experiment at St. Ann's Warehouse
Richard Maxwell and the Wooster Group explore maritime life
Everett Quinton and Mink Stole in a Tennessee Williams rarity
On the occasion of the 56th Annual Obie Awards, we ask theater-makers their view of todaysand tomorrowsexperimental theater
Bible + Sports = Odd Paradise
We eye Christina Masciotti's Vision Disturbance
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Plus: half-naked Brecht!
En garde, avant-garde!
Richard Maxwell's People Without History
Auteurs! Strap-ons! A theater critic's New Year's wish list
A play built from the poetry of the everyday
Dramatist Richard Maxwell pens a new song of the lonesome west
New York-based Nature Theater of Oklahoma shine in the Under the Radar festival
Given a non-style that's so ultra-stylized, exactly which end of reality is this supposed to be?
Judges from the last five decades pay homage to the productions and artists they'll never forget
Recalling the glory (and gory) days of theatrical liberation
A Maxwell parable tries to save the fallen creeps among us
Bilingual, time-jumping, and polycultural, John Jesurun scrambles Goethe's mythic egghead
Keeping even Plummer un-plummy, Jonathan Miller makes Shakespeare make sense
First director's Shakespeare, now un-director's Shakespeare. When do we get Shakespeare?
A BLT Boy in a Tuna Niçoise World, Richard Maxwell Takes On Henry IV, Part I
We're Henry IV, We Are, We Are: The Plays, in Brooklyn and Manhattan, Are the Things
Stone Cold Dead Serious; Losing Ground; Job: The Hip-Hop Musical
Performance Theater's Intimate Surprise
A Downtown Reply to Michael Feingold's 'Your Future, My Past'
The 2000 Holland Festival
A tale of art, sex, and salvation
Richard Maxwell Sets Up House at P.S. 122