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Henrik Ibsen

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  • Chicago catches a 'Big Fish'

    Chicago catches a 'Big Fish'
    NEW YORK — A man in a Manhattan rehearsal room asks a young boy a question: "No soccer game this week?" A look crosses the kid's face. You can read love, loneliness, contempt. "It's not soccer season anymore, Dad." Chastened, the man talks of...
  • Don't be swayed by gay marriage polls

    Don't be swayed by gay marriage polls
    "If there is anything that links the human to the divine, it is the courage to stand by a principle when everybody else rejects it." -- Abraham Lincoln History is full of warnings about what happens when people follow public opinion instead of...
  • Tickets for Baryshnikov Show At Hartford Stage -- And Others -- On Sale Monday

    Tickets for Baryshnikov Show At Hartford Stage -- And Others -- On Sale Monday
    If you’re not a subscriber to Hartford Stage and you want those tickets for the world premiere of the show featuring Mikhail Baryshikov — or tickets to other shows that will be part of the 2012-13 season —  here’s your chance....
  • New Musical, Shakespeare, Ibsen Highlight Tresnjak's First Season at Hartford Stage

    New Musical, Shakespeare, Ibsen Highlight Tresnjak's First Season at Hartford Stage
    Hartford Stage’s upcoming 49th season — and its first chosen by its new artistic director Darko Tresnjak — will begin  a new Shakespearean tradition, present an Ibsen classic, feature an overlooked Beth Henley play and premiere two...
  • Adrienne Rich dies at 82; feminist poet and essayist

    Adrienne Rich, a pioneering feminist poet and essayist who challenged what she considered to be the myths of the American dream and subsequently received high literary honors, died Tuesday at her home in Santa Cruz. She was 82. The cause was...
  • The wandering camera

    The wandering camera
    A storage unit, a garage, a car, a professor's office and a tent on a campsite. These are only a few of the 24 Irvine spots where Richard Newton bunked over two years in the early 1970s. This nomadic life — the yearning to feel out new...
  • L.A. Theatre Works moving to UCLA for 2011-12 season

     
    L.A. Theatre Works moves from Skirball to UCLA...
  • Critic's Notebook: London theater finds fresh life in neglected classics this summer

     
    Charles McNulty explores the explosion of revivals in the london theater scene this summer...
  • Theater review: 'Peer Gynt' at La Jolla Playhouse

     
    Charles McNulty reviews "Peer Gynt" at the La Jolla Playhouse...
  • Auditions: “Woman From the Sea” in Titusville

     
    From the Titusville Playhouse's press release: EMMA'S ATTIC at the Titusville Playhouse, Inc. Announces Auditions for: WOMAN FROM THE SEA Presented by permission from the Playwright: Spence Porter Directed by Janet Bentley-Hallberg Audition Dates & Times:...
  • Mad Cow Theatre’s 15th season; subscription discount through Monday

     
    Mad Cow Theatre has released its plans for its 15th season — and it's a season heavy on shows many people will know, as well as plays from some of theater's most well-known names. Among the playwrights/composers  represented: Noel Coward, Henrik...