The Fall 2014 Issue
To recall some great theater artists gone this year means looking at why we make theater
The theater district gets its own Twelfth Night, complete with kings bearing gifts
Greek tragedy takes on a French twist
From protests to plays and films to forums, New York 'makes nice' with the RNC
The revolution will be dramatized
At the 440 B.C. Olympic Games, a hot young author made the sceneHerodotus!
Polly Jean Harvey goes home to the self-imposed alienation that all of us know so well
Craig Lucas troubles the theatrical waters: Now he's even made Oedipus more complex
Lee Breuer's 'little woman' takes revenge in her dollhouse
Lee Breuer Goes Littleand LiteralWith His Production of Ibsen's Classic
In Search of the Perfect Hamlet (Or Just a Good One)
Albee! Miller! David Esbjornson Helms Them All.
Puppet Theater Takes Manhattan