This revival reduces Inge's characters to broad caricatures and finds more comedy than pathos in their lives of quiet desperation.
Although it doesn't fully achieve its lofty aspirations, Quiara Alegria Hudes' 2012 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama "Water By the Spoonful" makes an urgent plea for the human connections that people…
Amy Herzog speaks well for herself. In "The Great God Pan," the scribe takes a serious topic -- the long-term consequences of childhood sexual abuse -- and addresses it with intelligence and…
Credit set designer Laura Jellinek for a nice piece of deceptive visual design. Her abstract white set makes "What Rhymes With America" look like the avant-garde piece that scribe Melissa James…
It's a treat to revisit the best American play ever written about merciless men and their predatory business practices.
A half-dozen years after his muscular Lincoln Center revival of Clifford Odets' "Awake and Sing," Bartlett Sher returns to the helm with a dynamite version of "Golden Boy."
David Mamet being David Mamet, he can direct his own play however he damn well pleases. But he does no favors for the thesps in this two-hander by enabling Debra Winger to drone on and on and Patti…
Katie Holmes is ideally cast in "Dead Accounts." Not because she's that Katie Holmes, but because the fresh-faced star effortlessly projects the Midwestern virtues of honesty and moral integrity that…
If you run a theater whose very existence hangs on the support of a older-skewing subscriber audience, do you really want to sock them with a show about an Alzheimer's victim who begs his family's…
"The Twenty-Seventh Man," Nathan Englander's dark and disturbing political drama about Stalin's sweeping purge of Russia's Jewish literary giants, seems to belong on the page rather than the stage.
Under Ruben Santiago-Hudson's flawless helming, a brilliant cast makes this 1987 play live and breathe and sing for a new generation.