Carol Rocamora

Carol Rocamora teaches theater at New York
University's Tisch School of the Arts. Her translations of Chekhov's
complete dramatic works have been published by Smith &
Kraus. She is completing a biography on Vaclav Havel's life
in the theater.

‘What Silent Love Hath Writ’ ‘What Silent Love Hath Writ’

At the Brooklyn Academy of Music this month, the Harvey Theater reclaims its original name--the Majestic--with the arrival of director Sam Mendes's beautiful renderings of Chek...

Jan 30, 2003 / Books & the Arts / Carol Rocamora

Intelligentsia at Play Intelligentsia at Play

Tom Stoppard's 'Coast of Utopia'

Nov 21, 2002 / Books & the Arts / Carol Rocamora

Yuri Gagarin Rides Again Yuri Gagarin Rides Again

London Despite an initial drop in attendance in the uncertain aftermath of September 11, and the changing of the guard at three major institutions, the London theater scen...

Feb 7, 2002 / Books & the Arts / Carol Rocamora

Northern Lights Northern Lights

Reviews of Hedda Gabler and Dance of Death.

Nov 1, 2001 / Books & the Arts / Carol Rocamora

Chekhov Takes Wing Chekhov Takes Wing

"Stop all printing of my play. I shall never write another one again." So wrote the frustrated young Dr. Chekhov to his publisher the morning after his new play, The Seagull, wa...

Aug 23, 2001 / Books & the Arts / Carol Rocamora

A Prince Among Men A Prince Among Men

REDISCOVERING HAMLET When, halfway through Hamlet, the prince proclaims that the purpose of playing is "to hold, as 'twere, the mirror up to nature," the players listen. As ...

Feb 1, 2001 / Books & the Arts / Carol Rocamora