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Broadway review: Elisabeth Moss and Jason Biggs in 'The Heidi Chronicles'

When it first opened on Broadway in 1988, Wendy Wasserstein’s The Heidi Chronicles felt almost revolutionary, a snapshot look at second-wave feminism and how far the movement had — and hadn’t — come since the bra-burning days of the 1960s. 753 more words

Broadway's Elisabeth Moss 'Heidi' Revival Says MoMA Knows Best

Here’s one of the odder, if more enlightened, Broadway promotions we’ve seen: Anyone paying full price for a pair of orchestra or front-mezzanine seats (that’s $278 the pair, for non-premium seating) to the upcoming… 194 more words


'A Delicate Balance' Keeps You Thinking

By Karen Isaacs

 I finally got to see the revival of Edward Albee’s A Delicate Balance now at the Golden Theater through Feb. 22.  It was worth the wait. 955 more words


"Come Now, We Can Begin the Day"

THEATER REVIEW: A Delicate Balance
Golden Theater, New York, January 18, 2015

“I was wondering when it would begin… when it would start.”

For the first forty minutes of…

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Beautiful Ghosts

Edward Albee: A Delicate Balance, John Golden Theatre, New York City (Director: Pam MacKinnon)

By Sascha Krieger

Edward Albee has always been a playwright hard to pin down. 542 more words


Al Pacino to Return to Broadway in New Play by David Mamet

Al Pacino, one of only a few big-name actors who have proven consistent draws at the Broadway box office, has made plans for his Main Stem return, starring in a new play by David Mamet, “China Doll,” lined up for fall 2015. 214 more words


Chicago Theater Review: 'The Qualms' by Pulitzer Winner Bruce Norris

Pulitzer-winning playwright-provocateur Bruce Norris (“Clybourne Park,” “The Pain and the Itch”) has proven himself an expert at depicting American middle class hypocrisy, exposing characters’ true convictions as contradictory to the beliefs they would prefer to espouse.  658 more words