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  • On Theater: 'Zealot,' 'Buddy' top 2014 offerings

    This is the first in a series of three columns reviewing 2014 in local theater.
  • On Theater: 'Zealot' a zenith for SCR

    Of all the world premieres unveiled at South Coast Repertory over the years, few have approached the level of dramatic conflict or its effect on society that Theresa Rebeck has achieved with her superbly structured drama "Zealot." Rebeck presents a...

    Review: Love and poetry share the stage in 'Things Never Said'

    Review: Love and poetry share the stage in 'Things Never Said'
    The earnest mash-up of spoken-word performance, domestic drama and soapy romance in "Things Never Said" is unwieldy, to be sure, and would have sunk a less charismatic cast. As two aspiring Los Angeles poets who fall in love while one of them is married,...

    Old Globe's Barry Edelstein is thinking big about the Bard

     Old Globe's Barry Edelstein is thinking big about the Bard
    SAN DIEGO — A fascinating experiment is underway at San Diego's flagship theater, the Old Globe. Now under the leadership of Barry Edelstein, the theater is seeking a return to the form of its Tony-winning heyday under Jack O'Brien. Can the Globe'...

    A Conversation: Olympia Dukakis and Charlayne Woodard

    A Conversation: Olympia Dukakis and Charlayne Woodard
    In her solo show "The Night Watcher," Charlayne Woodard talks for nearly two hours, sharing stories about her heartfelt relationships with other people's children. In "Vigil," Morris Panych's 1995 dark comedy, Olympia Dukakis utters but 12 lines during...