Drama

More on David Rabe

November 24, 2008

Photo by Tina Barney There's a terrific profile of the playwright David Rabe by John Lahr in the November 24 New Yorker . In the article, headlined "Land of Lost Souls: David Rabe's America, "…

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Rabe's Streamers: On Broadway Again

November 20, 2008

Sara Krulwich/The New York Times David Rabe, one of the nation’s most honored playwrights and screenwriters, is best known for Streamers , the last of his Vietnam War trilogy. Streamers , which Rabe wrote in…

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Frost/Nixon on Stage & On Film

November 9, 2008

The latest production of Frost/Nixon, the play written by Peter Morgan about the 1977 TV interviews between Brit journalist David Frost and the recently resigned U.S. President, opens November 11 and runs until November 30…

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Brian Delate's Soldier's Heart

November 5, 2008

Brian Delate (above) is among the handful of Vietnam veterans who have made a career in show biz---in his case, as an actor, and now a director. Delate, who served as a draftee infantry sergeant…

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Missing Pages – a New Play About Two Generations of Veterans

October 24, 2008

I've known about Susan Austin Roth's play, Missing Pages , for several years now, ever since she contacted us to help with verisimilitude questions. The play centers on the relationship between a World War II…

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The Things They Carried – Staged

June 1, 2008

They call it “Literature to Life .” The definition: bringing a book to life on the stage using one actor doing dramatic readings of verbatim passages from the book. The concept was developed by the…

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A Piece of My Heart in NYC

May 8, 2008

The latest production of Shirley Lauro’s oft-performed play, A Piece of My Heart, based on the oral history of Vietnam War women veterans by the same name, is being put on by the Red Fern…

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