Annie Baker finds truth; Craig Lucas, not so much.
Instead of a Grand Guignol, it’s a diorama.
Of the one-woman show's star, Holland Taylor: "The physical and spiritual illusion is so masterful that when a huge portrait of the real Richards appears at one point, it feels like a wasted effort."
The 1957 made-for-TV musical arrives on Broadway.
It looks like a tour through West Solipsism. Then the knife (literally) comes out.
You've got less than three weeks to catch the latest splashy, genre-braiding fantasy from visionary Emma Rice and Britain's Kneehigh Theatre.
Plus The Madrid, Passion, The Dance and the Railroad, Katie Roche, and Much Ado About Nothing.
Theater’s deep disgust for (and fear of) “the Millennials” reaches a high-water mark with Really Really.
Will the new Mizheads even realize the show began onstage? Will it matter?
Including The Good Person of Szechwan, All in the Timing, and The Clement World.
A Brecht-inspired production and a one-man show.
Plus the Crayola nonsense of The Jammer.
"Never in the long history of towels and crotches has there been such a knot."
Specifically, the COIL and Under the Radar festivals.
"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.