Great Recession, great Annie.
Shuler Hensley, big star.
The tight race goes to the Democratic challenger.
On two Off Broadway plays that deal with Islamofascism and Islamophobia.
An inverted Virginia Woolf, a night besotted with darkness and drink where virtually nothing honest is spoken aloud — until the final, fatal malediction.
It can't shock the way it once did, but it sure does land its punches.
Harper Regan and The Old Man and the Old Moon.
"When, I ask, will we get a youth-driven big-ticket revival?"
Daughter Ayla's ex-manager leaks bizarre video.
Brown refuses to call himself a "reliable" Romney ally.
An Enemy of the People and Through the Yellow Hour.
They also do some tomahawk chops for good measure.
An eight-hour play that swallows its actors alive.
Detroit, Sounding Beckett, and If There Is I Haven't Found It Yet.
Plus: a cameo from his truck.
"The strength of parable and a brief length to match."
"Earnest, on-the-nose, and exhaustively idiot-proofed."
"If you thought the RNC was an endless parade of sociopaths, mountebanks, and paranoiac mutterers, wait until you get a load of this."
"A long, wet, occasionally musical fart unsphinctered in a crowded theater."