In this electric but flawed production, he’s a species apart from every other being onstage: Part imp, part satyr, part maniac.
Live nude womyn!
A multiple-choice weekend.
"I felt a tide behind me: An audience absolutely rapt."
Theater critic Scott Brown surveys the onstage landscape for the first half of this year.
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.
Krapp's Last Tape and misterman.
The night belongs to the young actress Condola Rashad.
Small-scale romance becomes big-scale musical.
What's he drinking?
The Cherry Orchard's laughs, excavated.
Frank "Jekyll and Hyde" Wildhorn turns to crime.
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.
The sparks are all there, but it never quite catches.
Israel Horovitz's high-concept Holocaust play.
Anal sex as dramatic motif. Really.
A Lear by way of Law & Order; a juicy treat in Hand to God.
SNIKT! You're sold.
Nina Arianda once again lives up to her growing and richly deserved legend.