Actor Hamish Linklater makes his playwriting debut
The author of Doubt shows a few doubts of his own
Frank Langella leaps for the flamboyant bits in a Rattigan revival
No, it's not about NAMBLA. Shut up. It's a 1961 Terence Rattigan play set in the Village in 1934, about a Ponzi schemer and all-around fraud who uses his son as a pawn against his gay financial opponent, whom he calls "that silly, pink-faced old fairy!"
Vietnam gets some airtime, Lenin gets some stuffing
At an American Theatre Wing dinner at Cipriani the other night, I got to sit with a bevy of Tony award types and wet myself with delight. At my table, Roger Robinson--who's Tony nominated for Joe Turner's Come and Gone--said that, after the bump they got from the Obamas seeing the show, he was stun ... More >>
Hare's Stuff Happens raises political issuesand some playwriting issues too