Cinematic rather than theatrical, the yarn is lively and action packed.
Personal catastrophe pulls a family out of its complacency.
Its keen observation of war's stress points abroad and at home marks the cast as talents to watch.
Barbara Nell Beery's '60s-era memory play doesn't add much new or authentic to the genre.
The characters' responses to trauma are far fresher than their philosophizing.
Hopes of an insiders' tell-all about role, tuner or profession are quickly dashed in "Road to Saigon."
Powerfully explores emancipation's strains through impressive acting and stagecraft.
Jack Stehlin's steely performance is the point of interest in "More Lies About Jerzy."
Gives ironic new meaning to the phrase "Manhattan carriage trade."
You made it through "The Vagina Monologues." Now five more women describe all the other body parts.
Boasts an unusually well-sung rendition of Frank Loesser's brilliant score.