"The Blue Flower" is a music-theater piece that is a wild mash, abundant in imagery and imagination.
Playwright Kirsten Greenidge forgets some dramatic fundamentals in the world preem of "Bossa Nova."
The Horvaths are battling urges toward forgiveness and revenge in this disappointing drama.
The mansion on the hill is disturbingly askew and the young girl who lives there has an unnerving self-possession.
Two-hander is surprisingly funny, true and touching without being sentimental.
"The Wire's" Wendell Pierce is set for the indie film, "Four," based on Christopher Shinn's London and off-Broadway play.
Despite the sunny exclamation point, a balloon-filled poster and its music-box ditty "Love Makes the World Go Round," "Carnival!" is an bittersweet tuner that touches on sadness, desperation and…
New tuner comes across as a notion in search of a vision.
Nuns have been portrayed as righteous and wrathful, but few so fiercely as Kathleen Turner's sister.
A smart, funny, provocative play about three generations of leftist activists in a new world order.
"Pool Boy" places its struggling hero as a server at a swank L.A. hotel-- with mixed results.