Kathleen Turner is a dirty-talking, no-nonsense nun whose expert counseling skills are stretched when she takes on a gay teenaged junkie and street hustler facing jail time.
Actor Mark Rylance truly shines Jez Butterworth's 'Jerusalem,' a comedy about a dope dealer holding out against the forces of gentrification overtaking the English countryside.
Kathleen Turner is bigger -- and far, far better -- than "High," a trashy melodrama by Matthew Lombardo.
No one who sees the National Theater of Great Britain's haunting stage version of Michael Morpurgo's children's novel about a 16-year-old farmboy who follows his beloved horse into war will ever…
A romantic antidote to cynical gay comedies, this slight but engaging piece bravely affirms that you're never too old or too soiled to win the love of a nice young man.
Chris Rock, the comic dynamo who comes to Broadway having conquered every other field of entertainment, is the obvious draw for "The Motherfucker With the Hat," Stephen Adly Guirgis' raucous comedy…
The plot of "Urge for Going" is typical of the gotta-get-out-of-here play: A brainy girl, eager to leave home and make her mark on the world, is simultaneously encouraged and held back by her…
There'll be no walkouts once Robin Wiliams sinks his teeth into play's cosmic questions about the existence of God and the nature of man and beast.
Mysterious play is so cleverly constructed (and subtly helmed by Joe Mantello) that the nature and depth of the problem isn't revealed until the last shattering scene.
Despite professional treatment, the grownups are implausible, the kids too smart for words, and the plot is preposterous.
Industry eyes might find added value in the show as a well-packaged audition piece for hyper-active, hyper-talented and underused performer John Leguizamo.