Theater Review: “The Sound Inside” — A Hollow Thud

October 5, 2021
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A hatred of self and others sits, relatively neglected, at the center of Adam Rapp’s script.

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Theater Review: Playtime for Terrorism

July 18, 2008
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by Bill Marx “The way of the Samurai is a natural way of the Universe, Ma, and to learn it, one must live one’s life from first to last in self-control. I know all about that stuff now.” — Wynne in Adam Rapp’s “Stone Cold Dead Serious” Just how far are American playwrights from dramatizing…

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Theater Commentary: Does Playwriting Have a Future?

October 20, 2007
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To mark the dedication of the New College Theatre at Harvard on October 17, a panel of four playwrights gathered to address the question “Does Playwriting Have a Future?” To allay suspense, the answer is yes (whew, that’s a relief).

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