What's he drinking?
An intimate night in an Upper East Side townhouse with Zoe Caldwell is a powerful showcase of wealthy indifference.
Together for the first time since Evita.
With Alan Rickman as a sneering, graybeard novelist.
Israel Horovitz's high-concept Holocaust play.
A Lear by way of Law & Order; a juicy treat in Hand to God.
Nina Arianda once again lives up to her growing and richly deserved legend.
To fully appreciate the show’s rapid-fire eagerness to connect, it helps to have the mental metabolism of a properly medicated Nickelodeon viewer.
Where the culture wars are alive and well.
Jesse Eisenberg's play is "provocative," but does not actually provoke.
It's more than just jokes about fractured language.
Onstage, it's more severe than ever.
Everything pulls its weight in this production of Stephen Karam's new play.
It's all about him.
Reviews of 'The Lyons' and 'We Live Here.'