Given the current state of the world, it seems a propitious moment to attend to the master's doom-laden voice once again.
The truth may be out there, but not even Fox Mulder can make a convincing case for it in Neil LaBute's weird play, "The Break of Noon."
"Elling" looks like a hard sell for Broadway.
Both scribe John Guare and helmer George C. Wolfe have undermined the play's grand historical sweep.
Page 73 and the Play Company do right with this well-mounted production of "Edgewise."
An excellent cast does well by this import, which makes a nice fit in the "Brits Off Broadway" fest.
Show isn't the play it threatens to be -- until it turns around and becomes exactly that kind of play.
The Fringe Festival usually throws up a couple of shows you can bank on, and "Devil Boys From Beyond" performs that service here.
If there's one thing more fun than a haunted house, it's a haunted theater, especially in a venue as authentically creepy as the decrepit Players Theater in Greenwich Village.
A provocative but egregiously overwritten piece about life and death and the monumental struggle to get through the day without killing yourself.
Warren Leight's fanciful treatment envisions the tale as performed by a 19th-century theater troupe.