Playwright Jeffery Hatcher does a riff on The Seagull
The New York Post noted a fun statistic to emerge from a survey by the editors of Men's Health and Women's Health of 2,000 people's sex habits: 17% of the men surveyed have faked an orgasm. Some people think that this "is a statistic that raises more questions than it does answers." Indeed! ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. May 30, 1963, Vol. VIII, No. 32 The Village Voice 'Obies,' 1962-63 The Voice handed out its Eighth Annual "Obie" Awards in a somewhat chaotic but spirited ceremony on Saturday afternoon at the Village Gate. Invited theatre people and well-wi ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. May 2, 1963, Vol. VIII, No. 28 Theatre News "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" playwright Edward Albee's first Broadway entry, has six new awards this week to support its reputation. Voted best play of the season by the Drama Critics Circle, ... More >>
Peter Bellamy It's been a big theater season for playwright Craig Lucas. In November, his Prayer for My Enemy made its New York premiere at Playwrights Horizons, and now comes The Singing Forest, currently in previews at the Public Theater. The new piece--directed by Mark Wing-Davey and featuring O ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archivesOctober 18, 1962, Vol. VII, No. 52A New Kind of PlayBy Michael SmithDo not be fooled by appearances. Edward Albee has written a play about truth and illusion, and the evening's number one illusion is that this is a conventional play -- extraordin ... More >>
For today's playgoers, alternately babied and brutalized, Mrs. Warren brings relief
Is Albee's Virginia Woolf a great play? At any rate, it's one that can live again and again.
Respect for a master actor and teacher who inspired others through the unmatched sublimity of her example
Dance on the Trading Floor
''I can't believe that all the underground insanity I skanked around for years now comprises cute touristy entertainment.''