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Richard Nelson’s Apple Family Is Muted in Grief and Unmuted on Zoom
What Do We Need to Talk About?
What It’s Like to Stage a New Play Over Zoom
Jay O. Sanders and Maryann Plunkett explain what it’s like to stage a new Apple family play in a pandemic.
Theater Reviews: A
in Our English, and an Emperor Present But Not Seen
Richard “Apple Family” Nelson brings his natural-language approach to Chekhov. Plus, a look at Haile Selassie’s last days in power.
Theater Review: The Public Theater Stages Its Own Origin Story
I hope they get it.
Women of a Certain Age
A play that ended just as the news was beginning to turn.
What Did You Expect?
Peak naturalism, uncannily executed.
One, a transfer that opened in October; the other, written (at least in part) yesterday.
Theater Review: With
, One More Bite of the Apple Family
“The plays are a kind of exposed nerve.”
Theater Review: Chasing Chekhov With
Nikolai and the Others
“Nelson’s opening gambit — an appetizer of red herring — pays off spectacularly.”
David Strathairn Takes His ‘Conversations in Tusculum’ Castmates on a Tour of the Met
Aidan Quinn points out the jiggly bits to Gloria Reuben.
Christian Bale Will Hunt Johnny Depp to the Ends of the Earth
Paul Greengrass is just about the last man in Hollywood who could get an Iraq-war movie green-lit at this point.
Public Theater Slate Includes Plays by Churchill and Shepard, Work by Hoffman and Strathairn
Plus industry news on
, Drew Barrymore, and Lil Jon.