Jim Parsons aims to charm the pants off us by giving Elwood P. Dowd an air of sweet serenity, but the vacancy behind his bland facial expressions has a chilling effect.
"Rapture, Blister, Burn," Gina Gionfriddo's clever send-up of feminists on the ropes, has a neat comic throughline: Two friends who took divergent paths to happiness are now second-guessing their…
Church, theater; theater, church -- sometimes you can't tell the difference. That makes John Patrick Shanley's "Storefront Church" a smart choice with which to reopen the handsomely restored…
A stunning lead performance from Lameece Issaq is the warm heart of "Food and Fadwa," a bittersweet play by Issaq and Jacob Kader about a Palestinian family trying to hold a traditional Arab wedding…
A would-be filmmaker who betrays his boyhood friends by putting their shared secret into his first movie.
"Chimichangas and Zoloft" is a raunchy comedy about how two best friends deal with their parents' mid-life crises.
How long "Potted Potter" will remain in residence depends on how Harry Potter fans feel about British schoolboy humor.
Since the entire weight of the play hangs on his character, a better busker might have earned more sympathy for the poor guy.
There's nothing funnier than collegiate humor in the hands of a clever satirist like Simon Gray.
Sad to say, "My Children! My Africa!" doesn't feel the least bit dated in Signature's stirring revival production helmed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson.
Calling it "Funny Old Jews Telling Hilarious Old Jokes" would give auds a better idea of the joy that's in store for them.