Down the Rabbit Hole with Lynn NottageBy Sonya Sobieski
Undine: No one seems troubled by the actual charges against me. No, the crime isnt being a criminal, its being broke. Its apparently against the law to be a poor black woman in New York City.
Trusting in Theatre with JON FOSSEBy Caridad Svich
Jon Fosse is Norways pre-eminent playwright. Regularly seen across Europe, his theatrical writing is considered to be some of the finest to be found on the Western stage.
The Neo-Futurists Land in BrooklynBy Kyle Thomas Smith
I was 16 and living with my 90-year-old Grampa in the Rogers Park area of Chicago, and my weekend curfew was set at midnight. Just to keep my nose extra clean, I’d come home at about 10; pretend to turn in when he did at about 10:30; and then sneak out our creaking basement door to hook back up with my friends by 11, giving us just enough time to hit one of our favorite late-night hangs, the Neo-Futurarium, by 11:30.
Review: Gimme ShelterBy Christy Hutchcraft
If you walk up Second Avenue from Houston, making your way to the New York Theatre Workshop in the East Village, most likely youll see them.
Don Quixote: Suffering Fools WiselyBy Emily DeVoti
"He is either mad, or he is reading Don Quixote." Philip III of Spain, on seeing a student bang himself on the head while laughing hysterically over a book.