A Raisin in the Sun: Character Studies Conversations
The first play to realistically portray the daily lives of a contemporary African-American family, Raisin—a revolutionary work about race written during the civil rights era—makes the universal statement that dreams of a better future are important to everyone.
Directed by Joshua Logan
Children Will Listen
Chronicles the story of 140 students as they mount a production of Sondheim's Into The Woods.
Comedy of Errors, The
One of the earliest and perhaps crudest of his plays, The Comedy of Errors is Shakespeare's adaptation of the Menaechmi of Plautus.
Derek Walcott: Pantomime
This short adaptation of a play by Trinidad’s foremost black writer is a metaphorical exploration of relations between black and white in the postcolonial world.
Dream In Hanoi, A
Two theater companies, one American, one Vietnamese, collaborate to produce A Midsummer Night's Dream in Hanoi.
Harold Pinter: Landscape
Sitting across a kitchen table yet worlds apart, Beth and Duff engage in a disturbing but seductive counterpoint of dual monologues, two series of impressionistic images from the wreckage of their relationship that wash up on the waves of consciousness.