David Rabe

Raviv Ullman, Bill Pullman, and Holly Hunter in STICKS AND BONES. Photo credit: Monique Carboni

[NYC] STICKS AND BONES (The New Group): A revival with a local connection is attracting attention in New York

STICKS AND BONES vents Vietnam era fury against a war that sent an endless stream of young men home damaged or in body bags.

A Hollywood Wasteland: New City’s HURLYBURLY

“When shall we three meet again, in thunder, lightning or in rain? When the hurlyburly’s done, when the battle’s lost and won.” —William Shakespeare, MACBETH ARTIE: Eddie, can I ask…

Stirring BLACK MONK Offered Up by Simpatico

“Forget all the laws of optics, which the legend does not recognize” —Anton Chekhov, The Black Monk Attempting to summarize the best modernist short stories is futile; it’s impossible to…

Simpatico concludes its Philadelphia season with David Rabe’s THE BLACK MONK

“She began dressing, too. Only now, looking at her, Kovrin realised the danger of his position — realised the meaning of the black monk and his conversations with him. It…