By Karen Isaacs Who would have predicted that as 2021 begins we would be concerned with the financial health of
By Karen Isaacs Someday this current health related crisis will be under control. With all of the uncertainty and havoc
By Karen Isaacs I went to see Girl from the North Country on Broadway on March 12, and the theater was full.
By Karen Isaacs As a teenager reading Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre, I was caught up in the story of the
By Karen Isaacs After seeing Playhouse on Park’s production of Pride & Prejudice, it was clear how important a director
By Karen Isaacs Even the simplest human being is complicated and Charlotte von Mahlsdorf, the central character in I Am
By Karen Isaacs Just because you can do something, should you do it? Not necessarily. Watching the “revised” version of
By Karen Isaacs The central question in Lifespan of a Fact which is getting a magnificent production at TheaterWorks in
By Karen Isaacs Sylvia by A. R. Gurney is a delightful play about the love between a man and his
By Karen Isaacs Manahatta, now at the Yale Rep through Saturday, Feb. 15, offers a great deal to think about.