By Richard Greenberg
Directed by Glenn Krutoff
October 2 – 26, 2003
A romantic comedy about what it was like to be more or less middle-class, more or less young, and more or less well-intentioned in this time zone in the ’80s.
A Review of Eastern Standard – Talkin’ Broadway, 10/11/03
Third Richard Greenberg Play to Hit New York Stage in October – Playbill Online, 9/10/03
A comic peek into the dysfunctional private lives and relationships of four couples, set in three bedrooms over the course of a long and colorful Saturday night.
LANDSCAPE OF THE BODY
By John Guare
Directed by Terry Schreiber
January 29 – February 22, 2004
A revealing and affecting study of the American Dream gone awry.
Terry Schreiber Stages Guare’s Landscape of the Body Jan. 29-Feb. 22 in NYC – Playbill Online, 1/24/04
Very loosely based on Ms. Howe’s aunt, this play is a tribute to a generation of women who spent their lives giving up their dreams and ambitions to satisfy social mores and traditions.
‘Pride’s Crossing’ Celebrates 20th Century Women Who Swam Against the Current – Broadwayworld.com, 4/6/04
Tina Howe’s Pride’s Crossing Gets NYC Revival at T. Schreiber Studio, March 25-April 18 – Playbill Online, 3/25/04
By David Rabe
Directed by Peter Jensen
May 6 – 30, 2004
A scathingly funny and touchingly human story about the quest for meaning in our morally muddled times.