Playwright Ayad Akhtar really sticks it to upper-class liberals in "Disgraced," his blistering social drama about the racial prejudices that secretly persist in progressive cultural circles.
An appallingly funny farce about young terrorists plotting to blow up everyone on the observation deck of the Empire State Building.
That Julia Murney sure can sing -- in "Wicked," "The Wild Party," and in orchestral concerts, among other musical venues. But the notes she hits in "Falling," Deanna Jent's hard-hitting drama about…
How refreshing -- a dysfunctional family drama in which you actually give a damn who gets written out of the will.
Brit director Jamie Lloyd portrays Cyrano as a swashbuckling military leader with the same lusty appetites as his soldiers.
Every woman is entitled to her mid-life crisis, but the elaborate meltdown that Simon Stephens engineers in "Harper Regan" is wasted on an uninspiring character.
The most formidable presence in Daisy Foote's new play, "Him," is never seen or heard, except through the stunted characters of his children.
A dream cast (Paul Rudd, Michael Shannon, Kate Arrington and Ed Asner) brings so much humanity to these oddball characters -- a young evangelical Christian couple, their reclusive neighbor and a…
It takes great determination and no little effort to screw up "Marry Me a Little," the charming 1980 pocket musical that Craig Lucas and the late Norman Rene cleverly engineered from songs that were…
End-of-days plays like Adam Rapp's "Through the Yellow Hour" are great fun for designers. What a kick it must have been for Andromache Chalfant to design the ravaged interior of a bombed-out railroad…
Never mind how Jesus might vote in the upcoming election. More to the point is how Henrik Ibsen might cast his ballot, since his 1882 political drama, "An Enemy of the People," argues both sides of…