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How I Learned to Drive

Theater: Winslow Boy Guilty of Success; Juno and the Paycock Not Framed; Driving Lessons

Michael Giltz | Posted 01.23.2014 | Arts
Michael Giltz

This is exactly what one expects of The Roundabout Theatre Company: a strong revival of a classic, traditional play. That's not as easy to do as it sounds, so let's celebrate when they succeed so well.

Aisle View: Skeleton in the Closet

Steven Suskin | Posted 08.27.2013 | New York
Steven Suskin

Levenson keeps us guessing -- and keeps us curious about his secret -- for about two-thirds of the evening. The secret finally spills out, immediately followed by the most engrossing scene in the show. After which the tension, and our attention, dissipates and the 100-minute play starts to seem overlong.

How I Learned to Drive, Santa Monica Repertory Theater

James Scarborough | Posted 01.27.2013 | Arts
James Scarborough

Therapeutically entertaining, How I Learned to Drive brings ubiquitous, taboo issues out into the open. Though the story's tinged with humor, it's still a tough one to embrace. As horrible as it begins, though, it shows that you can come out on the other side.

Elizabeth Reaser on Broadway, Breasts and Playing Opposite the Big Boys -- Brave and True

Nancy Doyle Palmer | Posted 04.27.2012 | Entertainment
Nancy Doyle Palmer

Elizabeth Reaser talks a little about the sexuality of this role and the physical challenge of playing both a young teen and a grown woman who is particularly well-endowed.

Actors Playing Teenager, Uncle Talk Play On Pedophila

AP | By MARK KENNEDY | Posted 02.09.2012 | Home

NEW YORK -- The morning after a recent rehearsal of "How I Learned to Drive," Elizabeth Reaser looks over a sheet of paper listing the things her dire...