Don't sit too close.
If Eliza Doolittle were from Occupy Wall Street.
As authentically Irish as a Shamrock Shake.
"She’s the best professor you could ever imagine. So what if the result has no business calling itself a play?"
The sensational 1920s Snyder trial, fictionalized.
A tapestry that droops.
Where IBM meets Bell Labs and Sherlock Holmes, and the resulting product gets up off the table and starts talking.
"Hours' worth of longueurs, in a show that lasts 65 minutes."
"The plays are a kind of exposed nerve."
One very old playwright, one very new one.
"Each faces distinct and comically awful demises."
Hilarity, bathos, and his grandfather's gas.
"Part of what’s hilarious about Domesticated is the way the playwright not only goes there, but stacks the deck on arrival."
"Opulent yet tasteful, wild but disciplined, kinetic and sexy but smart, smart, smart."
A reminder of why she was a MacArthur genius.
Backwards runs drama until reels the mind.
Even the gun is present.
Kander after Ebb.