Show drags us into a circle of hell while affirming the indomitability of humanity's best instincts.
Revised but evidently not enlivened after its 2008 Philadelphia premiere.
Australian comic actor Barry Humphries repackages his classic character for the austerity age.
An edgy, grim new comedy from "Two and a Half Men" exec producer Mark Roberts.
Why we watch: They'll win no Emmy nods, but let's not forget the real reason some of these reality shows kept us glued to the tube this season.
Brilliant acting and Doug Hughes' canny helming fully animate Mamet's galvanic 1992 show.
"Cornelia" can't decide what play that is or what to make of the title character.
Less an Iraq War play than a heavily metaphorical musing on life's purpose in a godless universe.
"Dirty Dancing" rolls into town with more lights and machinery than Barnum & Bailey.
The emotional precision of "The Fantasticks" is in short supply in Reprise's overproduced revival.
"Emilie" is one of those marginal historical figures that playwrights delight in rediscovering.