Theater

Fatherhood in spurts

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‘The Unaccompanied Minor’ explores raising a son through hellos and goodbyes

The world changed but peace didn’t hold

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Based on a true story, ‘Oslo’ details the secret talks that led to the 1993 handshake on the White House lawn

The Jewish Queen Lear at Theater J

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Thankless children and overbearing parents are the stuff of Jewish drama, at home and on stage. This month, the queen of dramatic Jewish mothers,...

A treatise on censorship, public blame and shame

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Mosaic Theater's 'Shame 2.0' features parallel stories of two Israeli actors

For play-reading club, no script is sacred

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Most of the discussion in the Temple Emanuel play-reading group about the characters in Clifford Odets’ Depression era “Awake and Sing!” revolved around whether...

Four years after split, Roth and Zawatsky share the stage

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The two came together for the first time since Roth was fired from Theater J in 2014.

Theater J tackles ‘Talley’s Folly’ again

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Will the play’s sepia tones capture a new generation?

When outrage closed one of the most popular works of Yiddish theater

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As lights rise on a motley troupe of actors, they pat clouds of dust from their dark Old World, clothes brushing away at decades...

The fascinating, numbing banality of a ‘reality’ Chanukah

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Performance artist Brian Feldman invites you to his family's holiday table

A drama for the age of Kavanaugh

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Playwright Anna Ziegler talks to Lisa Traiger about 'Actually'