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It's Personal for Both Mothers and Sons

Steve Schonberg | Posted 07.07.2014 | Gay Voices
Steve Schonberg

What struck me most is that Mothers and Sons reminds us HIV/AIDS is not "then," it is "now." In fact, it may arguably be as much "now," as it has been for the last decade and more, its appearance has just changed.

First Nighter: Terrence McNally's Must-See Mothers and Sons With Tyne Daly

David Finkle | Posted 05.25.2014 | Arts
David Finkle

I can't say enough about the complex emotions carefully observed and translated to the stage that the prolific playwright -- represented on Broadway for more than 50 years -- covers in his intermissionless 90-minute four-hander.

Seminar: How Much Humiliation Does a Writer need in Order to Write?

Rochelle Jewel Shapiro | Posted 06.24.2012 | Arts
Rochelle Jewel Shapiro

While watching Theresa Rebeck's searing and funny play, Seminar, about an unethical but brilliant celebrity editor named Leonard giving a $5,000 a pop seminar to wannabe writers, I was haunted by the memories of a few of the writing instructors I had.

First Nighter: J. T. Rogers' Necessary Blood and Gifts at Lincoln Center, Seminar, The Visit Elsewhere

David Finkle | Posted 01.22.2012 | Arts
David Finkle

Why American-born playwright J.T. Rogers' plays are repeatedly produced first in England rather than this side of the Atlantic is somewhat beside the point, but here comes another one, his best to date and a must-see, especially for news-analysis junkies.

Lily Rabe & Hamish Linklater Return To Broadway

AP | Posted 10.15.2011 | Arts

NEW YORK -- Lily Rabe and Hamish Linklater will star opposite Alan Rickman this fall in the world premiere of Theresa Rebeck's new play. Producers ...

Back To Broadway: Lily Rabe And Hamish Linklater

hosted2.ap.org | Posted 10.15.2011 | Arts

NEW YORK (AP) -- Lily Rabe and Hamish Linklater will star opposite Alan Rickman this fall in the world premiere of Theresa Rebeck's new play. Produce...

Finding What Drives Us Through Driving Miss Daisy

Carol Smaldino | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Carol Smaldino

Without surprise, James Earl Jones cannot help but impress anyone present by how much he loves his character "Hoke." Certainly Jones knows the racial issues contained in the play, as he knows his own from his real past.

First Nighter: Important "Red" Alert on Broadway

David Finkle | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
David Finkle

Red insists that art matters; so does Red matter in all its dark, dramatic hues.