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Balanchine Revealed In a Dance Inside a Play
“Nikolai and the Others,” Richard Nelson’s new play at the Beaumont Theater, recreates one very particular milieu of Russophone exiles in America just after World War II. The characters include Nikolai — better known to posterity as the composer Nicolas from The New York Times Read more »
On role-playing ... and love with 'The Guardsman' at Kennedy Center
Hungarian writer Ferenc Molnar's "The Guardsman" had a storied history long before it was re-translated by Richard Nelson, re-imagined by director Gregory Mosher and sent to the Kennedy Center where it now plays. It was a famous vehicle for Alfred Lunt a from Washington Examiner Read more »
Curtain Raisers: Different Designs on the Group Dynamic
By Lizzie Simon Each week in Curtain Raisers, we invite a local theater artist to attend a show of his or her choosing and then discuss the work. Last Wednesday, scenic designer Marsha Ginsberg opted to see Richard Greenberg's "The Assembled Parties," di from Wall Street Journal Read more »
NY1 Theater Review: "Nikolai And All The Others"
David Finkle: First Nighter: Richard Nelson's "Nikolai and the Others" Dances In on Fleet Feet
Just as William Shakespeare did with his history plays, Friedrich Schiller did with Mary Stuart and others have done since, Richard Nelson has juggled the facts for Nikolai and the Others at Lincoln Center's Mitzi E. Newhouse. The comparisons will stop h from The Huffington Post Read more »