The following day, Alex comes home to find Jeffrey all toasty and cheerful. It seems Jeffrey had gotten into an argument with Geraldine, resulting in his strangling her and stuffing the body into a…
Walking to Waldheim" features a strong cast and sensitive directing, but we've seen its dimensionless, stereotypical family members before. An interesting premise -- family members dying one by one…
Amodern-day "A Christmas Carol" with a Jewish slant, "Carol's Eve" features intelligent scenes, witty dialogue and a strong ensemble cast.
Pithy parodies and gifted voices create a colorful cabaret lampoon of the movie-biz buzz in "The Hollywood Hills."
"How is paranoia different from deafness?" is the question playwright and director William Moses tries to answer in his primer for the hearing world.
The Showcase Playhouse is an ambitious theater company: Its production of two one-act plays by John Corig shows sparks of talent and ingenuity in spite of the writer's stilted scenes, characters and…
Diverse and engaging monologues, involving five men and one woman, come to life through grisly newspaper headlines. The characters are not connected by class, race, sexual preference or HIV status…
Tennessee Williams' timeless play shines yet again with powerful lead actors, colorful supporting players and inventive staging.
"Romeo and Juliet" is modernized with cars, motorcycles -- and a novel staging on the CBS Studio Center backlot. Although imaginative and ambitious, the production seems like "Rebel Without a Cause"…
The Care and Custody of Barbara Moon," the opening production of Hollywood's Theatre Geo, is a choppy play about women prisoners and their children. Poignant portrayals by supporting actors, spirited…