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Abacus Black Strikes NOW!
by Mark Doskow, Normandy Sherwood and James Stanley. (Kevin Byrne, "Cirque du Soulless," Mar. 2006)

All That Fall
by Samuel Beckett (Jonathan Kalb, "Out of the Dark," Nov. 2013)

Alladeen
by Keith Khan, Marianne Weems, and Ali Zaidi. (Martin Harries, "Lost in Transnation," Dec. 2003)

Andromache
by Luk and Peter Perceval (after Racine). (Jonathan Kalb, "Dynastic Reflections," June 2004)

The Angel Project
by Deborah Warner. (Don Shewey, "Somebody's Watching," Aug. 2003)

The Arab-Israeli Cookbook
by Robin Soans. (Terry Stoller, "The Age of Terror," Sept. 2005)

The Argument
by David Greenspan. (Martin Harries, "No Noises Off," June 2007)

August: Osage County
by Tracy Letts. (Alexis Greene, "Not Since What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?", Dec. 2007

Aunt Dan and Lemon
by Wallace Shawn. (Martin Harries, "Crritic!," Mar. 2004)

Avenue Q
by Robert Lopez, Meff Marx and Jeff Whitty. (Jonathan Kalb, "Divided to Conquer," Sept. 2003)

Beckett/Albee
by Samuel Beckett and Edward Albee. (Jonathan Kalb, "Moreness or Lessness," Oct. 2003)

Big River
by Roger Miller and William Hauptman. (Jonathan Kalb, "Divided to Conquer," Sept. 2003)

The Blacks
by Jean Genet. (Una Chaudhuri, "Close Encounters: My Blacks Story," Mar. 2003)

Blasted
by Sarah Kane. (Caridad Svich, "On a Burning Altar," Oct. 2008)

Blood and Gifts
by J.T. Rogers. (Jonathan Kalb, "Occupational Hazards," Dec. 2011)

bobrauschenbergamerica
by Charles Mee. (Martin Harries, "Having Your Cage," Oct. 2003)

Boston Marriage

by David Mamet. (Abraham Lincoln Straw, "The New Art of Lying," June 1999)

Burnt Piano
by Justin Fleming. (Hersh Zeifman, "Staging Sam," Apr. 2006)

Calico
by Michael Hastings. (Hersh Zeifman, "Staging Sam," Apr. 2006)

Called to Account
Edited by Richard Norton-Taylor. (Terry Stoller, "Crimes of the P.M.," May 2007)

Chautauqua!
created by the National Theatre of the U.S.A. (Kevin Byrne, "Exclamation Point," Apr. 2009)

The Children of Herakles
by Euripides
(Scott T. Cummings, "Real Children and Other Quandaries," Jan. 2003)
(Alisa Solomon, "P.C. for the Ages," Jan. 2003)

The Cyclist
by Vijay Tendulkar
(Vijay Tendulkar, "The Cyclist," May 2005)
(Balwant Bhaneja, "On The Cyclist: An Introduction," May 2005)

A Day in the Death of Joe Egg
by Peter Nichols
(Charles McNulty, "A Child Is Being Beaten," May 2003)

Danton's Death
by Georg Büchner
(Stanley Kauffmann, "Büchner: A Revelation," Apr. 2004)

Democracy
by Michael Frayn
(Jonathan Kalb, "Spy Trails," Dec. 2004)

Dinner Party
by Target Margin Theater. (Martin Harries, "No Noises Off," June 2007)

The Distance from Here
by Neil LaBute
(Jeff Turner, "Oh well, whatever, nevermind," May 2004)

Don Juan
by Moliere
(Kevin Byrne, "The Gold-Painted Plaster Leg of Love," Mar. 2008)

The Emperor Jones
by Eugene O'Neill.
(Jonathan Kalb,
"Emperors and Empresses," Mar. 1998)
(Martin Harries, "On a Far-Away Island," Mar. 2006)

Epicoene: or, The Silent Woman
by Ben Jonson. (Dorothy Chansky, "Decibelle Level," Feb. 2003)

England
by Tim Crouch. (Caridad Svich, "The Looking Glass," Jan. 2009)

Les Éphémères
by Le Théâtre du Soleil. (Martin Harries, "The Performance of Everyday Life," July 2009)

The Exonerated
by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen. (Jonathan Kalb, "Pictures at a Non-Execution," March 2003)

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Far Away
by Caryl Churchill. (Una Chaudhuri, "Different Hats," January 2003)

Faust
Parts I and II, by Johann Wolfgang Goethe. (Jonathan Kalb, "Marathon Mensch," May 2001)

Flesh and Blood
by Peter Gaitens. (Alexis Greene, "Family Americanus," July 2003)

The Flick
by Annie Baker. (Jennifer Cayer, "Cinephilia," May 2013)

4.48 Psychosis
by Sarah Kane. (Caridad Svich, "What the Mirror Sees," Oct. 2004)
(Martin Harries, "Sarah Kane Was Not a Suicide," Oct. 2005)

Frozen
by Bryony Lavery. (Caridad Svich, "Dead Girl's Dance," June 2004)

Gatz
by Elevator Repair Service. (Jonathan Kalb, "Understatement and Awe," Oct. 2010)

Germania 3
by Heiner Müller. (Victor Beauregard, "Ghosts & the Dead Man," July 1996)

The Great Game
commissioned by Tricycle Theatre.
(Terry Stoller, "Designing The Great Game," July 2009)
(Erika Munk, "Why Art Thou Here? Give a Straight Answer," Dec. 2011)

The Glass Menagerie
by Tennessee Williams. (Ava Dweck, "Tribute to Memory, Dec. 2013)

The Good Person of Szechwan
by Bertolt Brecht. (Barbara Hammond, "Brecht, Love and Taylor Mac," Feb. 2013)

Guantanamo: "Honor Bound to Defend Freedom"
by Victoria Brittain and Gillian Slovo. (Terry Stoller, "Injustice is Served," Sept. 2004)

Hamlet
by William Shakespeare. (Stanley Kauffmann, "Hamlet's Wit," Nov. 2005)

Happy Days
by Samuel Beckett. (Gottlieb Biedermann, "Emperors and Empresses," March 1998)

Hate Radio
by Milo Rau (Anita Rakoczy, "Be There," Dec. 2012)

Hedda Gabler
by Henrik Ibsen. (David Finkle, "Getting a Hedda," Oct. 2004)

The History Boys
by Alan Bennett. (Caridad Svich, "An Unsentimental Education," Apr. 2006)

House Lights
by Gertrude Stein and The Wooster Group. (Jonathan Kalb, "Stein Soup," February 1999)

How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying
by Frank Loesser, Abe Burrows et al. (Shari Perkins, "Don't Let Him Be Such a Hero," June 2011)

I Am My Own Wife
by Doug Wright. (Robert Brustein, "On Being a Museum," June 2003)
(Alexis Greene, "Artifact as Survivor," June 2003)
(Jonathan Kalb, "Capturing the Artifact," July 2003

I'm Not There (film)
by Todd Haynes. (Karin Badt, "Todd's Not There," Dec. 2007)

The Intelligent Homosexual's Guide to Capitalism and Socialism
by Tony Kushner. (Jonathan Kalb, "Absolute Ambivalence," Apr. 2011)

Intimacy
by Thomas Bradshaw. (Jonathan Kalb, "Boundaries of Scandal," Feb. 2014)

Isabella's Room
by Jan Lauwers and Needcompany. ("Choose Your Poison," Feb. 2005)

Je Suis Sang
by Jan Fabre. (Kathleen Dimmick, "Blood Lettings," Feb. 2007)
(Joseph Cermatori, "Psychic Bloodspurts," Feb. 2007)

The Jester of Tonga
by Joseph Silovsky. (Paul David Young, "Modern Geek Theater," Dec. 2008)

The Jew of Malta
by Christopher Marlowe. (Martin Harries, "Terrorists and Christian Husbands," Mar. 2007)

Julius Caesar
by William Shakespeare. (
Jonathan Kalb, "In Colder Blood," Jan. 2003)

Kamp
by Hotel Modern. (Martin Harries, "Shadow Puppets," June 2010)

King Cowboy Rufus Rules the Universe
by Richard Foreman. (Jonathan Kalb, "The Madness of King Rufus," Jan. 2004)

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Lady with a Lapdog
by Anton Chekhov. (Kathleen Dimmick, "Theater Games," Oct. 2003)

Lidless
by Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig. (Caridad Svich, "Recovering Trauma," Sept. 2011)

A Lie of the Mind
by Sam Shepard. (Neil Blackadder, "Lies of the Drama," Mar. 2010)

Life (x) 3
by Yasmina Reza.
(Jonathan Kalb, "Come Again?," Apr. 2003)
(Charles McNulty, "A Child is Being Beaten," May 2003)

The Lips of Thomas
by Marina Abramovic
(Marla Carlson, "Marina Abramovic Repeats," Dec. 2005)

The Long Christmas Ride Home
by Paula Vogel. (Alexis Greene, "Car Trouble," Nov. 2003)

Long Day's Journey Into Night
by Eugene O'Neill.
(Una Chauhuri, "The Poison Talking," May 2003)

Mabou Mines Dollhouse
adapted from Henrik Ibsen.
(Martin Puchner, "Toying with Ibsen," Nov. 2003)

(M. Romanska, "Escape from the Circus," Jan. 2013)

Macbeth
by William Shakespeare
(Robert Brustein, "Cape Town Races," Feb. 2004)
(Stanley Kauffmann, "Macbeth's Tomorrow," Mar. 2006)
(Adam Casdin, "Macbeth's Young Frankenstein Moment," May 2008)

Marie Antoinette (film)
directed by Sofia Coppola (Karin Badt, "Are We Eating Cake?", Oct. 2006)

Master Peter's Puppet Show
by Manuel de Falla. (Martin Puchner, "Animated Operas," Mar. 2004)

Medea
by Euripides. (Gordon Rogoff, "Deadly Theater Meets Dead Horse," Mar. 2003)

Measure for Measure
by William Shakespeare. (Alisa Solomon, "Measure for Pleasure," Jan. 2006)

The Merchant of Venice
by William Shakespeare. (Stanley Kauffmann, "Enter Shylock," Apr. 2003)
(Martin Harries, "Terrorists and Christian Husbands," Mar. 2007)

Middletown
by Will Eno. (Jonathan Kalb, "Another Half-Masterpiece," Nov. 2010)

A Midsummer Night's Dream
by William Shakespeare. (Martin Harries, "Elevate Me Later," Apr. 2004)

The Miser
by Moliere. (Bill Marx, "Terminal Skinflint," July 2004)

Molly's Dream
by Marie Irene Fornes. (Kathleen Dimmick, "Secrets of Attraction," May 2003)

Mondo Drama
by Douglas Carter Beane. (David Finkle, "Hard Laughter," June 2003)

Mother Courage and Her Children
by Bertolt Brecht. (Martin Puchner, "Lessons of War," Feb. 2004)
(Jonathan Kalb, "Tony Kushner on Mother courage," Nov. 2006)

Mourning Becomes Electra
by Eugene O'Neill. (Marvin Carlson, "Mourning Mourning," Jan. 2004)
(Tony Kushner, "Eugene O'Neill: The Native Eloquence of Fog," Jan. 2004)

Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play
by Anne Washburn. (Jonathan Kalb, "Doh! A Tragedy!," Oct. 2013)

My Arm
by Tim Crouch. (Caridad Svich, "Who Am I?" Apr. 2004)

My Name Is Rachel Corrie
by Rachel Corrie, Alan Rickman and Katharine Viner
(Robert Simpson McLean, "An Open Letter to James Nicola," Mar. 2006)
(Miriam Felton-Dansky, "Thoughts on My Name is Rachel Corrie," Mar. 2006)
(Terry Stoller, "A Singular Voice," Mar. 2006)
(Jason Fitzgerald, "The Second Life of Rachel Corrie," Oct. 2006)

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No Man's Land
by Harold Pinter. (Jonathan Kalb, "Voids Lost and Found," Dec. 2013)

November
by David Mamet. (Robert Vorlicky, "Coming of Age: Mamet at Sixty," July 2008)

A Number
by Caryl Churchill. (Caridad Svich, "Multiple Selves," Dec. 2004

An Oak Tree
by Tim Crouch. (Caridad Svich, "Time Crouch's Theatrical Transformations," Oct. 2006)

Oph3lia
by Aya Ogawa. (Loren Edelson, "Ophelia, Thrice Born," June 2008)

Orson's Shadow
by Austin Pendleton. (Mimi Torchin, "When Egos Collide," Oct. 2011)

Panic! (How to Be Happy!)
by Richard Foreman.
(Marc Robinson, "Permanent Brain Stasis," Feb. 2003)
(Jonathan Kalb, "How I Watch a Richard Foreman Play," June 2003)

Pericles, Prince of Tyre
by William Shakespeare
(Debra Hilborn, "Lost and Found and Lost Again," Mar. 2004)

The Permanent Way
by David Hare. (Terry Stoller, "Railroaded," Feb. 2004)

The Pillowman
by Martin McDonagh. (Caridad Svich, "Interrogating Drama," Apr. 2005)
(Jonathan Kalb, "Profound Pathologies," July 2005)

The Play What I Wrote
by Hamish McColl, Sean Foley and Eddie Braben
(David Finkle, "Hard Laughter," June 2003)

The Proust Screenplay
by Harold Pinter. (Stanley Kauffmann, "A La Recherche du Temps Perdu: The Proust Screenplay," Oct. 2005)

Quizoola!
by Forced Entertainment. (Jonathan Kalb, "Amazing Untold Stories of Catalogues," Oct. 2008)

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Rags and Bones
by Noah Haidle (Gordon Carver, "New Rags, New Bones," Feb. 2005)

Remarks on Parks: A Symposium on Suzan-Lori Parks (Apr. 2004)
Part One: Critics/Scholars -- Brustein, Solomon, Garrett, Robinson
Part Two: Directors -- Foreman, Diamond, Gardiner, Walters

The Return of Ulyssses
by Claudio Monteverdi. (Martin Puchner, "Animated Operas," Mar. 2004)

The Revenger's Tragedy
by Cyril Tourneur. (Gordon Carver, "Rewriting Revenge," Apr. 2006)

Romeo and Juliet
by Sergey Prokofiev (after Shakespeare). (Martin Harries, "A Note on Death, Modernism, and Mark Morris's Staging of Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet," July 2008)

Round One (Reigen)
by Arthur Schnitzler and Eric Bentley. (Eric Bentley, "Round Two/Round One," Dec. 2008)

Saint Francois d'Assise
by Olivier Messiaen. (Robert Marx, "Landscape for a Saint," June 2003)

Sam's Last Dance
by Sean Dixon. (Hersh Zeifman, "Staging Sam," Apr. 2006)

Seascape
by Edward Albee. (Una Chaudhuri, "Beyond Landscape," Jan. 2006)

The Shipment
by Young Jean Lee. (Henning Bochert, "Something Lost in Transit," Dec. 2009)

Sight is the Sense that Dying People Tend to Lose First
by Tim Etchells. (Jonathan Kalb, "Amazing Untold Stories of Catalogues," Oct. 2008)

Spiderman Turn Off the Dark
by Julie Taymor, Glen Berger, Bono & The Edge (Laura Strausfeld, "Lights up on Spiderman (the Taymor Version), May 2011)

Spring Awakening: A New Musical
by Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik, adapted from Wedekind. (Shawn-Marie Garrett, "Rude Awakening," May 2007

A Streetcar Named Desire
by Tennessee Williams.
(Marvin Carlson, "Psycho Streetcar," Jan. 2004)
(Jonathan Kalb, "Notes on Blanchett's Blanche," Dec. 2009)

Suitcase, or Those That Resemble Flies from a Distance
by Melissa James Gibson. (Una Chaudhuri, "The Academic Abject," Feb. 2004)

Super Night Shot
by Gob Squad ("Jenny Schmidt, "An Unlikely Utopia," Feb. 2013)

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
by Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler. (Caridad Svich, "Brilliant Gestures," Feb. 2006)

Talking to Terrorists
by Robin Soans. (Terry Stoller, "The Age of Terror," Sept. 2005)

Tall Horse
by Khephra Burns. (Martin Puchner, "Animating Animals," Oct. 2005)

Testament
by She She Pop. (Anita Rakoczy, "Let's Count, Daddy," Oct. 2011)

Thom Pain (based on nothing)
by Will Eno. (Caridad Svich, "Anatomy of Abandonment," Oct. 2005)

Three Seconds in the Key
by Deb Margolin. (Rebecca F. Weisberg, "Courtside Drama," July 2004)

Three Sisters
by Anton Chekhov. (Loren Edelson, "Best Supporting Roles," Feb. 2009)

The Threepenny Opera
by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill.
(Jonathan Kalb, "Dynastic Reflections," June 2004)
(Joel Schechter, "The Three Trillion Dollar Opera," May 2011)

(Martin, Harries, "Demands for Empathy," Nov. 2011)

The Triple Happiness
by Brooke Berman. (Caridad Svich, "Fiction's Hold," Aug. 2004)

Time Stands Still
by Donald Margulies. (Neil Blackadder, "Lies of the Drama," Mar. 2010)

Tit for Tat; or Comedy and Tragedy at War
by Charlotte Charke. (Joel Schechter, "A Lost Play Recovered?", May 2012)

Trumbo
by Christopher Trumbo. (Terry Stoller, "To Whom It May Concern," Sept. 2003)

Truth: A Tragedy
by Cynthia Hopkins. (Jennifer Cayer, "Dressed Up in Your Skin and Bones," June 2010)

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
by Gwynn Dujardin. ("Singing the Standards," June 2005)

Twelfth Night
by William Shakespeare. ("Shakespeare Unimproved," Nov. 2013)

Ulrike Maria Stuart
by Elfriede Jelinek. ("Bodies that Matter," Mar. 2007)

Uncle Vanya
by Anton Chekhov, adapted by Annie Baker. ("Creeps," July 2012)

Vincent in Brixton
by Nicholas Wright. (Robert Brustein, "Colorless Van Gogh," Apr. 2003)

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Whatever
by Heather Woodbury. (Martin Harries, "Odysseys in America," Sept. 2003)

The Wild Duck
by Henrik Ibsen. (Jonathan Kalb, "Dynastic Reflections," June 2004)

The Witlings
by Fanny Burney. (Johnna Adams, "Silent Suppression as Feminist Expression," Jan. 2011)

Woyzeck
by Georg Büchner. (Jonathan Kalb, "Song Logic," December 2002)

Zomboid!
by Richard Foreman. (Richard Foreman, "Notes on my Next Project--Zomboid!," Oct. 2005)

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