Category Archives: Plays
Brilliant FGO production lets ‘Mourning’ shine Written by Greg Stepanich on 15 November 2013. Read the original review: Palm Beach Arts Paper Marvin David Levy’s opera Mourning Becomes Electra made a big impression when it was first launched at the Metropolitan Opera in 1967, helped by the star turns of its leading ladies, Evelyn Lear and Marie [...]
“LA-based director Brian Shnipper, who scored a phenomenal success from 2009 to 2011 withStanding on Ceremony: the Gay Marriage Plays, an ambitious anthology of original plays, is currently overseeing a more conventional project by a popular scribe. He is helming the West Coast premiere of Tom Dudzick’s four-character play Miracle on South Division Street.The tale of family [...]
Yasmine Rana THE WAR ZONE IS MY BED consists of two one-acts, one taking place in Kabul, the other in Sarajevo. Read more about Yasmine Rana.
by Myles Ma | NJ.com Posted July 18, 2013 NEW YORK — The Bosnian War hasn’t stayed in the memories of many Americans, if it was ever there to begin with. So what is the draw for attendees of “The Fallen,” Yasmine Beverly Rana‘s play about six survivors of the war? “It’s not just a [...]
nytheatre.com q&a preview THE FALLEN by Yasmine Beverly Rana June 17, 2013 What is your job on this show? Playwright. What is your show about? The Fallen sheds light on the Bosnian War and the repercussions that men and women on both sides of the conflict face nearly two decades after its end; moving forward [...]