Monthly Archives: December 2017

New York Times: A New Adrienne Kennedy Play Will Be Staged Next Year

Written on December 23, 2017 at 2:40 pm, by

Adrienne Kennedy, whose surrealism-tinged dramas have addressed race and violence in American society since the 1960s, will have a new play, her first in nine years, as part of the coming season at Theater for a New Audience.  The Theater for a New Audience season also includes “Marcel + The Art of Laughter,” a double…Read More »

Whither the ladies? by Helen E. Shaw

Written on December 21, 2017 at 11:20 am, by

Theater for a New Audience: What a gorgeous season! Kudos to Jeffrey Horowitz. The theater literally has a picture of Shakespeare on the front of it, and yet it is managing to put women front and center. As I believe the Bard said in Love’s Labors Lost, “From women’s eyes, this doctrine I derive: hire them in droves.” Grade:…Read More »