In 'The Other Place,' Metcalf is back in yet another mother of a role.
Rajiv Joseph's voice must be recognized as a major one, even as his play feels ever-so-slightly slight.
Old-style musical comedy, present-day energy.
The charming 'Kin' isn't an epic, but director Sam Gold makes it look that way.
This is very much a 'Frankenstein' for our current apocalypse.
“Sharing my unhappiness onstage is my happiness,” he says forthrightly.
The Propeller troupe's version of Shakespeare's original one-crazy-weekend play is a boys' night out that just won't quit.
Nothing you’ll experience here travels far outside the Palace's walls, but that’s just fine.
See 'Charley' for the delightful Rob McClure, and 'Room' for the heroic transformation of Virginia Woolf's words into dance.
The revival of Tom Stoppard's tantalizingly unrequited romance between mind and body both charms and challenges its audience. And also, one senses, its cast.
The Steppenwolf production at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., is a bigger, badder version of the Albee classic, starring the brilliant Tracy Letts.
Between Jon Stewart's endorsement for 'Book of Mormon' and Glenn Beck's for 'Spider-Man,' I find myself wondering if professional commercial theater needs to start courting the new tastemakers more aggressively.
It never lands.
John Doyle's back in Cincinnati.
Do u have lb of flesh?
A strong ensemble can't quite pull out a win.
'The Method Gun,' 'Beautiful Burnout,' and 'Timon of Athens' offer rigorous good times off the beaten Broadway path.
Is there anything on Broadway more dangerous than Frances McDormand's mouth?
Casting agents: Put on your thinking caps.
UCB's 'Gravid Water' returns tonight!
Things to do before you die this weekend.
'White People,' 'Vieux Carre,' and 'The Hallway Trilogy.'
Are today's plays too dark? Or not dark enough?
He's going on tour!