Fatherhood in spurts

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

The world changed but peace didn’t hold

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

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

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

For play-reading club, no script is sacred

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

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

Theater J tackles ‘Talley’s Folly’ again

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

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

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

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

A drama for the age of Kavanaugh

Playwright Anna Ziegler talks to Lisa Traiger about 'Actually'