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.
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Production scores its most resounding success in presenting us with two characters so irresistibly appealing that their unhappy romance is nothing less than a soul-crushing tragedy.
The tense opening scene of "Spirit Control" plays like gangbusters -- but it's all downhill from there.
Vanessa Redgrave and James Earl Jones could do this show buried up to their necks in a pit and still break your heart.
Jan Maxwell is hot as can be from recent Broadway appearances but not entirely suitable for this demanding role.
Fans should be mesmerized by Dan Lauria's spot-on impersonation of the famously hot-tempered Lombardi.
A dainty fable about the limits of language in matters of the heart.