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 About ten minutes in to Grand Horizons by Bess Wohl, the play currently at the Helen Hayes
CT. Critics Circle; Podcast #4 https://ctcritics.org/podcastfiles/CT-Theater-Talk-Ep04.mp3
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.
By Karen Isaacs Nilaja Sun first came to my attention with her solo piece No Child… that received numerous awards.