Four coal miners trapped in a mine collapse write their final thoughts on a deck of playing cards.
Sisters Nora and Delia Ephron have penned a great girly show in "Love, Loss, and What I Wore."
For all its limitations, a fascinating attempt to look back in ambivalent anger.
Canadian scribe Morris Panych has written a funny play that makes you want to cry.
The most provocative thing about this production: Casting Philip Seymour Hoffman as Iago.
Lucy Thurber bashes smart girls who turn their backs on their low-class backgrounds.
This powerful piece of agitprop theater challenges us all.
An amiable, if prickly comedy that mocks a village for its provincial tastes.
Play tries to straddle two styles, but the comedy loses its amiability.
Jonathan Groff is cute -- but a Greek god? That's pushing it.
It's a backhanded compliment to say that this sweet-tempered sitcom ends too soon.