Festival fare from the Public and P.S.122.
Shakespeare's early work is not so much a play as a meat grinder that eats pieties and spits out insanity.
Greek comedy, played strictly for laughs.
A problem musical, recast.
Richard II, Maple & Vine, and Neighbourhood Watch.
The night belongs to the young actress Condola Rashad.
Small-scale romance becomes big-scale musical.
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.