"Lascivious Something" achieves its mythic ambitions to a surprising degree.
There are plays more gainly and less sprawling, but few more provocative and more entertaining.
Kenny Finkle's "Alive and Well" is neither.
Though overlong and somewhat toothless, the show is a sure mirth-maker for natives.
An impressive personal showcase whose heartfelt and earnest insights will captivate playgoers.
The farcical structure of Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart's book is as sound as ever.
The crackerbox tuner "Liberty Inn" gains heft from B.T. Ryback's pleasing and often lush tunes.
An American architect and Middle Eastern bureaucrat play out diplomacy's minuet.
As Richard Kim trenchantly reports in the Aug. 7, 2005, issue of the Nation, the facts concerning the Tehran execution of Ayaz Marhoni and Mahmoud Asgari remain as impenetrable as the veils of…
Elvis hasn't left the building, but his presence is only partly felt in "Viva Elvis."
There are some interesting ideas rattling around in this play, as well as many poor ones.