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Henrik Ibsen

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  • Don't be swayed by gay marriage polls

    Don't be swayed by gay marriage polls
    "If there is anything that links the human to the divine, it is the courage to stand by a principle when everybody else rejects it." -- Abraham Lincoln History is full of warnings about what happens when people follow public opinion instead of...
  • Centerstage gets a fresh start with a topical lineup

    Centerstage gets a fresh start with a topical lineup
    The big news in Baltimore theater this season is the arrival of British-born Kwame Kwei-Armah, who is taking the helm as the new artistic director of Centerstage (700 N. Calvert St., 410-332-0033). Kwei-Armah, who replaces Irene Lewis, has said he's...
  • 50 monologues expose 'My America' at Center Stage

    50 monologues expose 'My America' at Center Stage
    When Kwame Kwei-Armah left London to move to Baltimore, he was exploding with questions about this strange land on the other side of the Atlantic, where he was planting not just himself, but also his wife and young son. "As I was starting to find my...
  • Unconventional 'A Master Builder' is an odd success

    Unconventional 'A Master Builder' is an odd success
    The Jonathan Demme film "A Master Builder" will likely appeal more to theater people than to film people, it being Henrik Ibsen and all, as adapted by and starring Wallace Shawn. He plays one of Ibsen's most formidable train wrecks, the tetchy,...
  • Charles Marowitz dies at 80; playwright, director and critic

     Charles Marowitz dies at 80; playwright, director and critic
    Charles Marowitz, a playwright, director and theater critic known for his blunt manner and cutting-edge work, including controversial reworkings of classics by Henrik Ibsen and Shakespeare, died in Agoura Hills on Friday from complications of Parkinson'...
  • The Late 90s, showing how improv should be done

    The Late 90s, showing how improv should be done
    The Late 90s Up-and-coming improv teams are given stage time before the headliner most nights at iO and, on Thursdays at least, the comparison in skill is something worth seeing firsthand. The openers I caught last week (the teams Denver and Dog)...
  • Premieres by Doug Wright, Rajiv Joseph to Bow at Off Broadway's Atlantic Theater Company

    New plays by Pulitzer and Tony winner Doug Wright ("I Am My Own Wife," "Grey Gardens") and Broadway alum Rajiv Joseph ("Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo") are among the works set to world premiere next season at Off Broadway's Atlantic Theater Company....
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  • Opening soon: The Bridge in Bridgeport

    Opening soon: The Bridge in Bridgeport
    Chicago is home to approximately 250 theater and comedy companies, but none of them call Bridgeport home. That's about to change. Friday marks the debut of The Bridge, which is housed in The Orphanage, the second floor theater space above the historic...
  • 'Book of Mormon,' 'Chimerica' win at Olivier Awards in London

    'Book of Mormon,' 'Chimerica' win at Olivier Awards in London
    The play "Chimerica" and the Broadway musical "The Book of Mormon" were the big winners Sunday at the Laurence Olivier Awards in London. The annual awards — Britain's equivalent of the Tony Awards — were held at the Royal Opera House and...
  • Sundance Theater Lab to Develop New Plays by Pulitzer Winners Annie Baker, Doug Wright

    New plays by Pulitzer winners Annie Baker and Doug Wright are among the nine in-development stage projects tapped for the Sundance Institute's 2014 Theater Lab. Baker, who just picked up the Pulitzer for her play "The Flick," both writes and directs "The...
  • 'Hedda Gabler' extends at Writers

    Writers Theatre's acclaimed production of Henrik Ibsen's "Hedda Gabler" has been extended three weeks through April 6, the theater announced on Wednesday. Kimberly Senior directs the production which stars Kate Fry in the title role. "Hedda Gabler"...