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On this episode of the Burke's Law podcast, we enjoy those that Trump once called "My generals" giving him a slap-down -- right in his tiny privates.
It's one thing to grow up, and grow insecure, as the child of a celebrity. It's another thing to transcend it all with forgiveness.
Remembering a period of history that was downright cruel, especially in regard to women's health -- and the woman who exposed it all.
This is two-act, two-hour-and-40-minute political issue to which attention must be paid.
Judith Ivey appears at the center of a few, very individual stories of certain troubled Americans -- and a much, much larger American tragedy.
Only 34 at the time that he wrote his first play, Jitney, August Wilson may or may not have known just how the emotion-driven...
Welcome to a 2019 fantasy history play about a 1979 White House experience that might have been.
An exhilarating example of the public service that theater is forever capable of providing.
The story of Mabel Loomis Todd -- first editor of Emily Dickinson's poetry and much more -- opens Off-Broadway with the timeless Kathleen Chalfant.
The hold of conservative Christianity on the American body politic is a symptom of the crisis.
"Our idea has been to let the plays shine, to let the playwright shine, and to support each other."
But why salt so much dialogue with, like, annoyingly contemporary expressions?
There must be method to playwright Halley Feiffer's current madness.
Despite predictable drawbacks, Chris Urch's theatrical indictment is an important work of art.
An autobiographical musical about an autobiographical musical about -- well, you know.
The playwright thinks he’s offering us shocks. They register more like mild nudges.
Playwright Cori Thomas learned to see the San Quentin incarcerated as individuals, not as past crimes.