Theater Review: The Mysteries of The Mystery of Love & Sex
"Publishing is almost too easy a target for satire."
"Neither a challenge nor a chore. It’s just great."
It would seem to be impossible to film this show.
Nearly five hours of power.
"A wallop of a play, brilliantly acted by Tonya Pinkins and Dianne Wiest."
Lively source material, without enough added value.
Plus Halley Feiffer's I'm Gonna Pray for You So Hard.
The Turgenev play that made Chekhov into Chekhov.
"Let’s face it: Vampire stories are not the deep end of literature, no matter what metaphorical pretensions are offered in their defense."
Happily ever after?
Las Vegas (Can't hear you! Too noisy).
Plus Ruth Wilson as a ditzy astrophysicist.
Arise! Arise! Arise!
The show's songwriter joins the cast.
Idaho darkness and lots of gluten.
"I found this all quite beautiful, the more so for the absolute nakedness of the physical staging."
Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill, Dinner With Friends, and more.