Tag Archives: David Rabe

Recital of the Dog

“A gifted prose writer of original vision . . . In both voice and structure, Recital of the Dog owes much both to Albert…

A Question of Mercy

“Beautifully considered, piercingly clear-eyed . . . Mr. Rabe, in a play that reestablishes him as one of America’s preeminent dramatists . . ….

A Primitive Heart

“As the characters play hide-and-seek with themselves, we’re forced to come out of hiding to shift our own positions and philosophy. Rabe has a…

In the Boom Boom Room

From David Rabe, a piercing look at a society dangerously close to our own lives, and a drama that captures both our hearts and…

Goose and Tomtom

David Rabe, the celebrated playwright of Hurlyburly, explores the struggle between hope and anguish in the human spirit in this story of two small-time…