British playwright Nick Payne’s riveting drama “If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet,” Off-Broadway from Roundabout, features a terrific Jake Gyllenhaal in his American stage debut.
With “Eterniday,” at La MaMa, author Charles Mee continues his collaboration with experimental dance-theater group Witness Relocation, in a raucously fun collage about connection.
Penny Jackson’s provocative “I Know What Boys Want,” from Ego Actus, spurs a dialogue about the dangers of the Internet; led by a fiery Sara Hogrefe, the young cast impresses.
In Colm Tóibín’s 90-minute monologue “The Testament of Mary,” Fiona Shaw plays a very human Virgin Mary, but director Deborah Warner’s calculated symbolic clutter swamps the text.
I couldn’t have offered anyone a project worth believing in – or characters worth caring about – had I not written something unique to my own fixations.
Looking to read or write new theater? The New Play Exchange’s website empowers playwrights, producers, and actors alike, doing away with a submission system that no longer makes sense in the digital age.
The Inland Valley Repertory Theatre in Claremont, Calif. is seeking to talent for its production of “Gypsy.”
After 20 years, the Theatre Alliance calls it quits and spreads out its programs to the Walnut Street and Wilma theaters.
“Disgraced,” Ayad Akhtar’s trenchant and treacherous new play, part of Lincoln Center Theater’s LCT3 project, effectively engages uncomfortable issues of race, culture, and religion.
We spoke with Christian Camargo, known to many for his roles on “Dexter” and in the “Twilight’ films, about tackling Shakespeare, perfecting his craft, and staying in the moment.