One handsome set, two complex characters, a gripping intellectual contest, even a few smart laughs.
Watching this crude and clumsy show makes you want to yell "Rape!"
Man is plucked from his deathbed by his childhood teddy bear and made to relive his life.
The plays and poetry of Howard Barker are an acquired taste, one faithfully nurtured by helmer Richard Romagnoli.
The most shocking thing about Ivo van Hove's adaptation of "Teorema" is how tame it plays.
An unforgettable experience in a theatergoing lifetime.
An imaginatively conceived, smartly executed, and terrifically entertaining production.
A.R. Gurney's bittersweet love song to the old days and ways.
Any industry agent scouting Theater Row for hot properties and fresh talent will come up empty at "Family Dinner."
Lee Blessing has the imagination and wit to haul Bush before an international war crimes tribunal.
Dan Klores has yet to master a more basic rule of good drama: Just tell us what's on your mind -- and make it quick.