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Coming Up Snortland: An Interview On Mothers, Theater, and Women’s Self-Defense

After her mother died, she ran across a New York Times article about undiagnosed adults with Asperger's Syndrome and everything fell into place.

New Review: A Disaster Begins

Cox's Muriel is unmarried, frightened by men, and rendered inarticulate, stuttering even when receiving their attention.

CFR Editor Leonard Jacobs to Appear on ‘Oleanna’ Talkback Panel on...

Clyde Fitch Report editor Leonard Jacobs will appear after the 2pm matinee of David Mamet's Oleanna on Broadway, on Sat., Oct. 10, as part of a talkback.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Shirley Lauro

"I feel close enough to the Nazi women," says playwright Shirley Lauro, "to grasp them emotionally and to grasp instinctively why they became who they became."

CFR Editor Leonard Jacobs to Appear on ‘Oleanna’ Talkback Panel on...

Leonard Jacobs, editor of The Clyde Fitch Report, will appear tomorrow night, Oct. 1, as part of a talkback after the preview performance of David Mamet's Oleanna on Broadway.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Crystal Skillman

Skillman loves when she's off to a reading of a play she's written and people ask, as if to confirm, "So, you read all the parts yourself, right?"

Former Mayor Dinkins, Fox News’ Wiehl to Headline ‘Oleanna’ Talkbacks on...

Judith Kaye, former Chief Judge of New York, and former CNN correspondent Cynthia Tornquist will lead talk-backs after each preview of David Mamet's Oleanna on Broadway.

Want to Take the Mae West Broadway Walk?

Go up and take the tour sometime -- August 16.

New Review: Etty

Despite direction by Austin Pendleton, none of Etty's various attributes are necessarily translated into solid action.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Klea Blackhurst

Merman leaves the stage, goes into the audience and touches someone, drags someone out to the gutter? Really?

Cast Announced for Lincoln Center Theater’s “In the Next Room or...

Charge your batteries: Ruhl's "vibrator" play is headed our way.

Sen. Gillibrand: The Gravel, She’ll Cavil, Was Ended Mainly by the...

Senator Gillibrand unintentionally stole the spotlight when her remarks began to channel President Warren G. Harding.

On Women Playwrights and the Soft Bigotry of High Expectations

By dint of possessing a penis, I'm not responsible for what other men may have done.

Nilaja Sun to Reprise “No Child…” for One Night in NYC

Watch the clip and you'll want to see the play. Trust me.

Remembering Anne Pitoniak

Today was the memorial service for Anne Pitoniak, and it was a beautiful one, at the Music Box. If you're unfamiliar with her, please...