A house of women in wartime makes a promising starting point for "Gabriel."
Stage diva Betty Buckley plays an overbearing mother bent on curbing her womanizing son's ways.
Ever wonder where New York's theatrical aristocracy goes to play?
Anyone who takes acting seriously would walk a Broadway mile to see Linda Lavin play a distinguished but earthy author.
This London bombshell is both a dazzling piece of entertainment and a gripping cautionary tale.
Denzel Washington turns in a heartfelt performance as one of the true heroes of modern theater.
Given the lack of action and conflict, it doesn't quite measure up as a full-length play.
David Grieg's spare and savage re-do of "Creditors."
Stars lend their glamour to this warhorse, giving a new generation reason to roar.
"Red" may be all talk and no action -- but what talk!
Barry Humphries' monstrously funny incarnation of the Aussie housewife still retains its savage wit.