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André Gregory

Beyond Therapy?

Francis Levy | Posted 12.03.2014 | Arts
Francis Levy

In a recent Times piece "Therapist and Patient Share a Theater of Hurt," (NYT, 11/5/14), Robert J. Landy, director of N.Y.U.'s drama therapy program m...

A Master Builder

Francis Levy | Posted 10.01.2014 | Arts
Francis Levy

You've seen lots of Master Builders if you were brought up on Shaw's The Quintessence of Ibsenism or if you are an aspiring artist or married to one-...

First Nighter: Bruce Norris's Domesticated Yay, Wallace Shawn's Grasses of a Thousand Colors Nay

David Finkle | Posted 01.23.2014 | Arts
David Finkle

We may never know what Hilary Clinton was thinking during the 1998 Monica Lewinsky episode or how Silda Wall Spitzer was reacting when Eliot Spitzer strayed or whether Huma Abedin was severely stand-by-your-man-tested over Anthony Weiner's vigorous sexting. We might never know any of this, but Bruce Clybourne Park Norris has some ideas.

The Designated Pessimist

Nancy Cohen-koan | Posted 10.14.2013 | New York
Nancy Cohen-koan

In a sense, however, the waiting in line is the true theatrical event.

The Designated Mourner

Francis Levy | Posted 09.15.2013 | Entertainment
Francis Levy

In Wally Shawn's The Designated Mourner currently revived at the Public Theater, under the direction of Andre Gregory, neither Jack (Wally Shawn), sel...

Andre Gregory: Before and After Dinner

Francis Levy | Posted 05.04.2013 | Entertainment
Francis Levy

One of the many pleasures of Cindy Kleine's documentary about her husband Andre Gregory, which recently previewed at Film Forum, is watching the ongoing rehearsal of Wallace Shawn's translation of The Master Builder.

Andre Gregory's Life Chronicled in New Documentary

Steve Karras | Posted 12.04.2012 | Arts
Steve Karras

How does one begin to properly document a life, no matter how extraordinary, when it's far from over?

DVDs -- Celebrate Moon Landing With Little Known Classic For All Mankind

Michael Giltz | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Michael Giltz

Filmmaker Al Reinert breaks a lot of rules. He depicts an idealized journey from the earth to the moon, grabbing footage wherever he found it.