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Theater
Michael V. Tueth
In 'Irena's Vow,' one woman refuses to lose hope throughout one of the most horrible events in history.
Theater
Rob Weinert-Kendt
Two shows now playing in New York have Christian faith and institutional authority as central themes.
Theater
Michael V. Tueth
Thomas More returns to Broadway
Theater
Leo J. ODonovan
The first stage picture of "Voyage," the initial play in Tom Stoppard’s thrilling trilogy The Coast of Utopia, must rank among the most memorable ever seen on a stage. Out of the darkness, in midair, a man appears sitting in a slowly revolving chair, absorbed in thought as the chair
Theater
James T. Keane
The 1985 bestseller and nostalgic spoof Growing Up Catholic included a parody of The Baltimore Catechism and asked the following question: “Who’s really in hell?” The answer: “We cannot say for certainty that anyone is in hell, except for maybe Hitler and Judas.” Even t
Theater
Leo J. ODonovan
There was a time in the American theater when ordinary people could collect quarters in a cup and, after some weeks, buy a ticket for a Broadway show. It was the decade after World War II, the cataclysm that put horror and hope on a seemingly equal footing. But American idealism had triumphed, or so