It is with a heavy heart that we inform you David Mamet’s been hard at work on a farce inspired by Harvey Weinstein.
The longer I knew Carol, the more I learned about the broken crockery in her life, the divorces and estrangements and gnawing disappointments.
In many ways the change of ownership keeps the business in the family.
New Yiddish Rep’s “Godot” is back, this time with an urgent message.
While this might seem like a New York story, the success of Yiddish theater is actually an international phenomenon.
Gregory Mosher is being replaced by Jack O’Brien after Rebecca Miller challenged his casting choice of black actors for two roles.
“It makes no sense,” a student involved in the production told the Forward. “It’s history, why change it?”
Amy Heckerling is hoping to stage a comeback with “Clueless: The Musical.”
Composer Ted Rosenthal is poised to give new voice to the tormented years his father spent praying for his family from afar.
Sorkin seems to be pre-apologizing for the play before it even opens. It’s not a good sign.
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