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A reimagining of Romeo and Juliet by Hansol Jung attempts to meld the story's classic throughline, with an antic sensibility.
Pulitzer-Prize winner Lynn Nottage's dramatic comedy about four ex-cons employed by a tyrannical diner owner is not only funny, it's also a serious look at the problems they face living in t…
Two short plays by pioneering Black author Alice Childress provide an especially nuanced look at the lives of Black women during and after the Jim Crow era.
Harold Pinter's The Caretaker shines in this production at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey.
The plot is a frothy meringue, but the wordplay is spectacular. Based on an 18th century French farce that had its roots in real events and its flowering as recent as today's news cycle.
The real-life confrontation between Maine Senator Margaret Chase Smith and the red-baiting Wisconsin Senator Joe McCarthy is brilliantly explored in Joe DiPietro’s new play CONSCIENCE, on …