If the ballyhoo around the Public Theater’s Julius Caesar is a sign of the times, then we have a lot more than Trump to fear.
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Fuse Stage Review: Richard Nelson’s “Hungry” — The Terrible Beauty of Theater
Richard Nelson’s family members talk to each other, not to us. We are privileged to be permitted to listen in.
Theater News: Richard Foreman’s Bewitching Box of the Unconscious
Something emotional (perhaps even passionate) whirls underneath the well-worn modernist pieties of “Old-Fashioned Prostitutes,” though not to the point of disrupting the daffy routine.
Book Interview: Novelist and Short-Story Writer Nathan Englander Is Happy to Go Back to Basics
Nathan Englander’s first play, “The Twenty-Seventh Man,” opens at the Public Theater in New York tonight. Fuse Editor Bill Marx spoke to the acclaimed, best-selling writer about the script and the production when Englander visited Wellesley College recently.