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Interferences on stage in Cluj-Napocca
... leading productions took centre stage; “An Enemy of the People” written by
– directed by Thomas Ostermeier from the Schaubühne Berlin – and “The Merchand of...
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Lind House Play Reading Society announces 4th sea...
... meetings, the first reading occurred on May 8, 2012 with a reading of "A Doll's House" by
. Paul Warshauer was the first Play Reading Leader and Mary Jane Glawe was the Co-Leader...
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In a thrilling, revisionist 'Hedda,' she knows wh...
... revisionist and thrillingly intimate new Writers Theatre production of the classic
portrait of the neurotic, 19th-century married woman — OK, maybe Hedda was always just...
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Best Theater of 2014: An intense year of tough st...
Gabler" at Writers Theatre: A brilliantly revisionist and slyly self-aware take on the classic
drama from Kimberly Senior, this "Hedda Gabler" featured a blistering lead performance...
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Lust in Translation
Russia, and there are moments in Leviathan that channel the masterworks of Arthur Miller or
. Writer-director Andrey Zvyagintsev's ambitious script was inspired by no less than the...
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Christine Baranski is a class act at Into The Woo...
... in a 2011 New York Times interview, revealing they met in 1982 while both performing in a
play in Long Island. 'And he asked me if I wanted to ride home on his motorcycle one...
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Into The Woods
ATC theatre season includes musical about Rupert ...
Zealand novelist Emily Perkins makes her first foray into theatre writing with a new adaptation of
's A Doll's House. This timeless play about the collapse of a family tells of Nora and...
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... of Samuel Beckett’s play Waiting for Godot, 1953 78 The influence of Norwegian playwright
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