Tag Archives: Sam Shepard
Sam Shepard’s True West Explodes At New City Players
An explosion of passionate performances (and flying silverware) mark New City Players’ production of the late Sam Shepard’s True West.
Report From New York: Revival Of Shepard’s Fool For Love Is Tightly-Coiled Intimate Evening
A low-rent motel room on the edge of the Mojave Desert has never been more claustrophobic—nor more intense—than the shabby one in which three people collide against each other in Sam Shepard’s 1983 Fool for Love, getting a superb revival by the Manhattan Theatre Club at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre.
Dramaworks’ Buried Child Is Harrowing Thrilling Theater
Palm Beach Dramaworks’ Buried Child is not a pleasant evening of entertainment; it’s more of scathing abrasion therapy that purges the mental palate with fare that is as harrowing as a plow etching a deep gash in the land. But it is theater at its best.
Palm Beach Dramaworks To Unearth Shepard’s Buried Child
Director J. Barry Lewis has a way of approaching a play like Sam Shepard’s Buried Child, the Pulitzer Prize-winning work that gets a staging by Palm Beach Dramaworks beginning March 27 and through the month of April.