In the News

A Ride on the Irish Cream has a manic absurdist bent but, like most satisfying plays, no matter how seemingly ridiculous, it is grounded in reality.
Read more
The script and choreography embodied the textures and lyricism of the music.
Read more
Michael Wilson directs standout A.R.T. cast in revival of Tennessee Williams’ last major play.
Read more
The humanity, the kindness, and the empathy, which is what’s so desperately needed at this time in our world, is so full and potent in this play.
Read more
"I like to do things that scare me," says Dana Delany, who knows all about the no-net tightrope act that is live theater. "And this scares me."
Read more
This new one should be of considerable interest to Tennessee Williams admirers. And since the play has such glorious opportunities for actors, it’s good to see a cast with such outstanding credentials.
Read more
The American Repertory Theater’s “Trans Scripts, Part I: The Women,” playing through Feb. 5, should be mandatory viewing for anyone who identifies as human. 
Read more
Paul Lucas has crafted a script with an exquisite sense of balance; Trans Scripts, Part I is thoughtful, informative, honest, and playful, all at once.
Read more
Trans Scripts is much more than a distillation of interviews: It is an airtight example of humanity woven into a compelling 90 minutes of storytelling that runs the gamut of emotions.
Read more
Trans Scripts, Part I: The Women distills hundreds of firsthand accounts into seven distinctive characters and curates authentic, from-the-heart stories that are sometimes painful, unstintingly frank and often cathartically funny.
Read more

Pages