Three generations of the Cuban emigre experience are intertwined in this colorful but awkwardly conceived sitcom, set in 1974 Miami, on the eve of President Nixon's Aug. 8 resignation.
The rip-the-walls-down vocals of Mary Bridget Davies supply the sharpest moments in the touring Janis Joplin bio-tuner "Love, Janis," but the bio material, performed with understated folksiness by…
In conjunction with the Southern California Festival of New American Musicals, the team of Glen Roven and Jerome Kass have conjured up an earnest if simplistic retelling of Noah's biblical plight…
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Scripter Jeffrey Hatcher's flamboyant but thematically askew legiter peruses the theater world of Restoration England, when the edicts of Charles II revolutionized 17th century London's stages.
The creaky machinations of Israel Horovitz's 1991 dramedy "Park Your Car in Harvard Yard" and uneven acting sabotage the efforts of helmer Hope Alexander, whose staging displays an intuitive…
Craig Wright, who created "Dirty Sexy Money," exhibits impressive craftsmanship in "Lady," distilling America's conflicted allegiance to our current involvement in Iraq down to a traumatic…
Craig Wright, who created "Dirty Sexy Money," exhibits impressive craftsmanship in "Lady," distilling America's conflicted allegiance to the U.S.'s current involvement in Iraq down to a traumatic…
In an emotionally involving, finely detailed perf, thesp/co-scripter Alex Lyras intertwines the lives of six disparate men who have had their individual agendas disrupted by an airport bomb scare.
TV scripter David Landsberg has transported his extensive sitcom experience ("The Cosby Show," "John Larroquette Show") to the stage with mixed results.
The Center Theater Group, Mark Taper Forum staging of the tween tuner "13" and the Elephant Theater Company's gritty "In Arabia, We'd All Be Kings," each garnered four awards, including production…
Scripter Richard Greenberg's sci-fi-infused sojourn among the lives of five post-WWI Manhattanites has one glaring flaw that North Hollywood-based Theater Tribe manages to turn into a virtue.