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Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man takes the stage
Ralph Ellison would not allow his National Book Award–winning 1952 novel, Invisible Man , to be made into a movie or play.
| January 18, 2013
Coward's 'Private Lives' roars again
It wouldn't be a stretch to call Noël Coward's 1930 Private Lives the funniest play of the 20th century.
| June 08, 2012
Huntington pays tribute to God of Carnage
If Lord of the Flies wanted an upscale-urban bookend, it could do worse than God of Carnage (presented by the Huntington Theatre Company at the BU Theatre through February 5).
| January 20, 2012
A new play about Adolf Eichmann traps itself
In a way, Adolf Eichmann had an even greater hold on the collective unconscious of those born after the war than the other Adolf.
| November 25, 2011
Fall Theater Preview: Fall on Boston boards
Fall came early to Boston boards this year, bringing with it "Summertime."
| September 16, 2011
Review: The Huntington's Ruined
Even if it did not ride piggyback on the monumental shoulders of Bertolt Brecht, Lynn Nottage's 2009 Pulitzer Prize winner, Ruined , would stand tall.
Plus Company One's Neighbors
| January 21, 2011
Winter Theatre preview: Winter’s tales
With such tantalizers in the wings, it’s hard to grieve over the exit of all the Rockettes, Scrooges, and tipsy Welshmen that see out the old year.
Hem, Chaim, Bucky, Poppins, Kuntz, and more
| December 31, 2010
The ghosts of Arthur Miller and Sam Shepard hover over Vengeance Is the Lord's in its world premiere by the Huntington Theatre Company.
Huntington's Vengeance is sweet
| November 26, 2010
Looking back, going forward
Economic recession and post-racial themes abound in Boston’s early 2010 theater repertoire.
A diverse display for 2010
| January 01, 2010
Lincoln Yule log
Abraham Lincoln, as he said in his second inaugural address, yearned to "bind up the nation's wounds." Since the great man was assassinated little more than a month later, he didn't quite get around to it. No worry, Paula Vogel has taken over the job wi
The Huntington celebrates A Civil War Christmas
| November 27, 2009
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