Annette Bening's "Medea" is a steely, resolutely feminist interpretation of Euripides' timeless child murderess.
Acting and design rich with the genuine breath of life more than compensate for a dearth of action.
One really wants to like "Matthew Modine Saves the Alpacas," but a premise is all they've got.
If the substance were even half as audacious as its title, the show would rock the house.
If you're looking for a little food for thought and a lot of heart, give "Peace" a chance.
"The Night Is a Child" doesn't take us anywhere else new or surprising.
There's no more snappy synergy than using Elvis' music to tell Oedipus' story.
The belly laughs of Patrick Barlow's live adaptation are positively restorative.
Megan Mullally dominates the stage in "The Receptionist."
BD Wong's vehicle, first unveiled in 1975, inspires more admiration than warmth.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. doesn't just hand out globes of gold. It awards pots of gold, too -- plenty of them.