Fuse theater critics pick some of the outstanding productions of the year.
In the Summer House
Theater Commentary: A Rare Outing for an Undervalued American Drama
Can’t we get our unjustly neglected American playwrights right? A chance to see a marvelous, overlooked American play of the 1950s. And it is not by the prosaic William Inge. “When something seems ‘the most obvious thing in the world’ it means any attempt to understand the world has been given up.” — Bertolt Brecht […]