Tag Archives: Public Theater

Joan of Arc

Originally published on Paste Magazine View this story online Before Joan of Arc: Into the Fire begins at the Public Theater, the words, “She was warned. She was given an explanation. Nevertheless, she persisted” are projected onto the curtain. While … Continue reading


The Comedy of Errors

It’s hard to be outraged when laughing this hard. But the delightfully entertaining production of The Comedy of Errors, currently playing as part of Shakespeare in the Park at the Delacorte Theater, offers just that complicated combination: a thoroughly humorous … Continue reading


Old-Fashioned Prostitutes (A True Romance)

“I certainly do exist. Help me,” a character pleads in Old-Fashioned Prostitutes: (A Love Story), the new play by Richard Foreman currently in performances at the Public Theater. I’m sorry to say I could not help this person, because, despite … Continue reading


Giant

Texas is on the minds of many Americans as of late. A petition for the state to secede from the union was submitted last week, requesting the White House “Peacefully grant the State of Texas to withdraw from the United … Continue reading


Wild With Happy

Wild With Happy, a new play by writer/performer Colman Domingo and currently in performances at the Public Theater, is a bit like Disney World, the final destination of the play’s road trip – well-intentioned, sweet and fun, but just a … Continue reading