A new production at The Flea Theater is retelling the story of the Bible, start to finish, in a six-hour epic undertaking.
The Columbia University Players address sexuality, faith and family in this weekend's production.
A piece in Latenite's recent anthology depicted upsetting topics without generating meaningful conversation.
Orestes is displeased by the grave of his father. First, the soil in the mound that covers it is foreign—a disowned king like Agamemnon does not get Greek dirt over his corpse. Second, from high above, dust trickles down to build up on the mound.
Tom Kitt, CC ’96, and Brian Yorkey, CC ’93, don't follow up “Next to Normal” with a piece of theater quite as good.
Though overcrowded, the show offers an otherwise great experience.
With its latest play, the Manhattan Theatre Club stuns.
Opera newcomers shine in the Metropolitan Opera’s production of Puccini’s classic.
NOMADS brings back its One-Act Play Festival, offering actors and directors alike the chance to demonstrate their talents.
The Oracular Theatre’s production of “Julius Caesar” is being performed through March 22.
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