Ever since “The Clean House” premiered at Yale Repertory Theatre in 2004, Sarah Ruhl has been a playwright to watch.
The dancers at Ballet Repertory are lacing their toe shoes to the steps of audience favorites for their 25th anniversary this weekend.
Laughter cracks bitterness and internal monologues seep past the surface to create a brief moment – or an infinity – of meaning in “The Unexpected Man.”
Martha Graham was a modern dance pioneer.
“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by William Shakespeare is already full of love, magic and fairies.
Producing an original piece of work takes a lot of work.
For more than 100 years, the tiny island of Ireland has been exporting first-rate plays to the rest of the world.
“Our Town” transcends differences in culture, class and time in an exploration of the human heart.
In 1873, the young Vincent Van Gogh moved to London’s Brixton neighborhood, where he rented a room in a boardinghouse.
Homer’s Penelope was the original “Desperate Housewife.”
For seven generations, Rene Gasser’s family has been one that rides horses.
Instructor writes play for Navajo students to perform