Supported by a solid cast, John Lithgow finds the humanity in this irascible, obsessive and quite unlikable demigod.
There are people who would walk over hot coals to see Linda Lavin tear into a meaty role.
The physical beauty and sexual magnetism the stars bring to these iconic characters would surely delight Tennessee Williams.
The Labyrinth's take-no-prisoners performance style is made to order for the seething hostilities in "Ninth and Joanie," Brett C. Leonard's bleak drama about the disintegration of a family living in…
The Civilians are a mighty smart company, and "You Better Sit Down: Tales from My Parents' Divorce" is indicative of the clever things they do.
An otherwise incoherent drama written in a contrarian style that's a cross between literary Magic Realism and a zombie movie.
The same folks who pulled "Lombardi" out of a hat are trying for another made-to-order sports entertainment, this time about the fierce rivalry and eventual friendship of NBA greats Magic Johnson of…
Like a diamond chip, a speck of a play like "The Morini Strad" can sparkle if it's beautifully mounted.
This is an election year, so let "Gore Vidal's The Best Man" win for dirtiest political convention in half a century.
Getting a divorce was hell back in the 1950s, an era in American history that Brit scribe Matt Charman sharply invokes in "Regrets" with a sympathetic treatment of a bunch of guys camped at a rustic…
Play observes five generations of a single family performing the rituals of their lives without getting up from the table.