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.
The Public Theater
Richard Nelson’s family members talk to each other, not to us. We are privileged to be permitted to listen in.
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.
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.