Rangy, riff-y, unapologetically self-helpful.
"A small town where everybody's from somewhere else."
She's never been better.
The season of the independents.
New productions from work by Amy Herzog and Chaim Potok.
His heart grows three sizes, and the room needs it.
Plus What Rhymes With America.
"Cheeky, dorky, delectable comic-book theater is alive and well."
Pacino in middle-register Hoo-wah, and John McGinley flashing his canines.
Piano is the Depression-era entry in Wilson's Pittsburgh Cycle.
"What Rebeck has learned from her time in Hollywood, it seems to me, is that audiences are stupid."
Mid-twentieth century Texas and 1918 China, onstage.
The charming musical adaptation honors everyone's holiday staple. And yes, there's a number called "You'll Put Your Eye Out."
Director-provocateur Ivo van Hove's in an unmissable experience.
Carolee Carmello is a disproportionate force in this hokey bio-musical with lyrics by Kathie Lee Gifford (!).
Mies Julie, Ivanov, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, and Emotional Creature.
A pretty thin show — within a pretty good show.
Also, Anthony LaPaglia as Nixon in Checkers.