Experimental theater doesn't come any livelier or more entertaining.
The Geffen Playhouse U.S. premiere requires a willing suspension of both disbelief and impatience.
Christopher Durang, master of neurotic urban self-involvement, brings his A game and A+ notion of citizenship.
Even with five additional nominees, critics and voters are thinking on similar wavelengths.
Oscars: Best picture
Composer Duncan Sheik's voice is reduced to a whisper in "Whisper House."
This exploration and celebration of pure theater's power is a fascinating must-see.
Sweet fable about seeking contentment with one's lot is closer to performance art than dramaturgy.