You really had to be there -- at a country house in 1935, when the era's Olympian elites, the Bloomsbury group, performed Virginia Woolf's one and only play, "Freshwater," for their private amusement.
"Leaves of Glass," a British import first performed at London's Soho Theater, is a turgid psychodrama about a family that would rather skin itself alive than talk about its shared guilt and grief.
Nothing -- and everything -- happens in the hourlong car ride on a California highway depicted by Dan LeFranc in "Sixty Miles to Silver Lake."
Never happened. While it's true Gore Vidal exchanged letters with Timothy McVeigh and wrote some thoughtful articles about him, the author never came face-to-face with the Oklahoma City Bomber. Never…
It must have seemed such a cool idea for an edgy experimental theater company to take on a classic American playwright's single bold attempt to expand his style and vision. But while Target Margin…
Gina Gionfriddo's "Becky Shaw" is a blithely cynical and devastatingly funny play about ... well, it's hard to say what the point of it is, exactly.
Britain's perennially angry scribe graphically proves his point with "Chair," a harrowing political allegory, set in some unnamed city in some future time, about the dire consequences when one…
It's amazing how an infusion of cash can transform a show. "Slava's Snowshow," an offbeat, otherworldly clown show created by master Russian clown Slava Polunin, has cleaned up its endearingly…
The Black Monk," Wendy Kesselman's dark and dainty musical about a young painter who goes gracefully mad in his little house by the sea, is just the ticket for small art venues with refined tastes.
Dutch director Ivo van Hove brings new meaning to the term "in your face" with his techno-centric treatment of John Cassavetes' 1977 film, "Opening Night," about the psychic meltdown of an aging…
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