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Anna Christie Still Engaging After All These Years

By Patrick Hurley

Do people change? The timeless question, a storytelling trope as old as the sea, is at the heart of Eugene O’Neill’s Pulitzer Prize winning play… 1,496 more words

Patrick Hurley

The Way West Finishes This Leg o' Journey

We just finished up a great run of THE WAY WEST at Steppenwolf.

And don’t think I take this stuff lightly:

I got to see closing day and night and to see how it’s progressed. 80 more words

The Way West @ Steppenwolf Theatre Company

Theatre Review by Kerstin Broockmann, April 17, 2014

2 stars out of 4

Throughout The Way West, Mona Mansour’s new play receiving its premiere at Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Mom recounts tales of pioneer journeys. 1,025 more words


Guest Post: On Translating All Dogs are Blue by Rodrigo de Souza Leão

by Zoë Perry

If you were to ask me why you should read All Dogs are Blue, by Brazilian writer Rodrigo de Souza Leão, my immediate reply would be: because you’ve never read anything like it. 945 more words

GOOD TELEVISION at The Atlantic is Good Theater

The Atlantic Theater has been home to some of my most satisfying theatrical experiences over the years — the original Off-Broadway production of Spring Awakening… 453 more words


The Other Place Review (March 2, 2013 2pm Show)

In my short span so far of seeing professional plays in NY, I’ve learned there’s quite a mixed bag out there. Some are great, some will make you think, some you will wish you never saw them, some you wish you could have seen again, and very few, if you’re lucky, will simply take your breath away. 3,004 more words

The First Glimmer

In Margaret Edson’s Wit, a John Donne professor is diagnosed with Stage IV ovarian cancer, the point being that a woman who has studied literary death for years is now experiencing the real thing.  384 more words