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The Thin Place
Is a Horror Drama That You Think You’ll Forget, Then Won’t
At the edge between reality and something else.
in Four Exuberant Feminist Conversations
Imagined talk between queens and mistresses, Martha Gellhorn and Mary Hemingway, and more.
Theater Review: Craig Lucas’s
I Was Most Alive With You
And it mostly succeeds on its own terms.
Theater Review: The Wild Ambition of
The fierce lives of girls who want something more.
Miles for Mary
The Homecoming Queen
One play tight and tense, the other shaggy and powerful. Neither is the one you’d think.
Where Wokeness Conquers Most
Robert O’Hara’s dark dystopian farce is more of a stance than a play.
Theater Review: A Grown-up Peter Pan
From Sarah Ruhl
Struggling to take flight.
Sandwich-making as a social tool?
Stage Dive: Things to Do Before You Die This Weekend
If you don’t have tickets to ‘Sleep No More.’
‘Spelling Bee’ Queen Celia Keenan-Bolger on Playing Pregnant in ‘Saved,’ the Musical
In Playwrights Horizons’ musical adaption of the 2004 Christian-satire movie, Keenan-Bolger steps into Jena Malone’s shoes.
Three Playwrights on Inspiration: Drunk Girls, Damon Albarn, and Definitely Not Jonathan Safran Foer
Itamar Moses denies his new play is based on his friendship with Foer; Adam Bock and Nicky Silver weigh in.
Rachel Weisz to Walk Like an Egyptian
Plus industry news on Paul Bettany, Rashida Jones, and the Wachowskis.
‘Lost’ Announces Endgame