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This review was originally written for Blueprint: Review.
Todd Solondz is almost the dictionary definition of an acquired taste when it comes to film. For most directors, subjects like rape, dead parents, domestic terrorism and a lifetime of remorse wouldn’t necessarily inspire a comedy, yet they’re all par for the course with Solondz in this darkly comic anthology following the various owners of an ambivalent female dachshund. 479 more words
Tracy Letts’ kind and gentle play, “Man From Nebraska,” follows a nondescript Midwesterner who has a mid-life crisis of faith and goes to London to look for his absent God. 550 more words
Back to Broadway - Third new play in two years from Tracy Letts premieres at Steppenwolf in November 2017
With current goings on in Washington, the theatre has been crying out for a big new play on politics. And who better to do it than Tracy Letts. 32 more words
“The Minutes,” the new play by actor and “August: Osage County” writer Tracy Letts, has locked in a Broadway slot in early 2018 with Scott Rudin producing. 210 more words