Watch out, “Wicked” witches, here comes “Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella,” a heavyweight contender for those precious audiences of little girls who attend the theater in princess gowns and…
Watching Vanessa Redgrave submerge herself in a role is a little like watching someone drown, so total is her immersion into character. Her self-sacrifice in this Rattlestick presentation of "The…
After 19 years, Stephen Sondheim's most terrifying villain is back from the dead. No, not Sweeney Todd and not those bloody Assassins. It's Fosca who lives again, in this CSC revival of "Passion"…
Liz Flahive, a producer and writer on the hit Showtime series "Nurse Jackie," wrote "The Madrid," a dull domestic drama about a middle-age woman who inexplicably walks out on her family.
Liz Flahive, a producer and writer on the hit Showtime series “Nurse Jackie,” wrote “The Madrid,” a dull domestic drama about a middle-aged woman who inexplicably walks out on her family. Edie…
There's nothing like a nasty real estate battle to enflame racial hostilities. Kirsten Greenidge puts the match to one such bonfire in "Luck of the Irish," a play that observes a family of…
Stars just wanna have fun. And who dares deny them their sport, when we're talking about high-profile thesps like Ethan Hawke and Vincent D'Onofrio, currently frolicking with the New Group in…
Hamish Linklater's storytelling voice is remarkably assured in this moody little piece about three lonesome souls who cross paths on a cold night in upstate New York.
There's a strong whiff of the workshop about this Atlantic production of "The Jammer," an endearing oddball of a show by Rolin Jones (a TV scribe on shows including "Weeds," "Friday Night Lights" and…
The main question is: What kind of a "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" is Scarlett Johansson? The short answer is: This Maggie the Cat is a tiger.
This revival reduces Inge's characters to broad caricatures and finds more comedy than pathos in their lives of quiet desperation.