Those familiar with uneasy friends Falstaff and Prince Hal owe a debt to William Shakespeare, who put them in multiple plays and made them so enduring that creative spirits from Orson Welles and Laurence
Alice Birch, increasingly a name to conjure with, has come up with a play the title of which is arrestingly non-committal. In fact, [blank] well describes the amorphous entity she has created in response
Robert Eggers’s horror-fantasy about a pair of men tending a lighthouse at the end of the 19th century is one of the most original films of the year. Every now and then a movie beguiles your mind’s eye.
We spent the opening night of "Slave Play" with "America's boldest young playwright." Playwright Jeremy O. Harris feels a little bit under the weather. Fresh from a hot shower, pacing a suite at the Bowery