The Women - by Clare Boothe Luce - The Old Globe

“Widely and unjustly dismissed as a self-hating misogynist screed, Clare Boothe Luce's 1936 The Women has found a director who prizes women and appreciates the play's specific satirical aims. Darko Tresnjak, the Old Globe's resident artistic director, has helmed an elegant, emotionally precise revival of a minor gem among American comedies of manners. And the clothes are as dazzling as the banter.” - Bob Verini, Variety

“The social satire skewers Manhattan 'ladies who lunch,' portraying them as gossiping, self-absorbed, superficial, back-stabbing vipers. And those are the friends. It would be tough to swallow if it didn't have director Darko Tresnjak's assured and very stylish hand to guide it - and if it didn't feel so familiar.” - Jennifer Chung Klam, The San Diego Union Tribune

The Women
The Merchant of Venice
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
All's Well That Ends Well
What the Butler Saw
Cyrano de Bergerac
Heartbreak House
The Winter's Tale
The Two Noble Kinsmen
The Pleasure of His Company
All's Well That Ends Well
Bell, Book and Candle
The Skin of Our Teeth
Antony and Cleopatra
A Little Night Music
The Two Noble Kinsmen
Hay Fever
Titus Andronicus
Under Milk Wood
A Midsummer Night's Dream
The Two Noble Kinsmen
Princess Turandot
The Winter's Tale
La Dispute