A dainty fable about the limits of language in matters of the heart.
The darkness descends early in Neil Pepe's staging of David Mamet's backstage two-hander.
Kim Rosenstock's quirky little drama-comedy gets the royal treatment at the Roundabout Underground.
In reviving "Mrs. Warren's Profession," George Bernard Shaw's cantankerous 1894 drama exposing the moral hypocrisy behind a smug society's repressive sexual mores, the Roundabout performs a double…
Broadway has a feel-good -- make that a feel-great -- hit in "The Pitmen Painters."
Captures both the intellectual spirit and the literary brilliance of Woolf's most imaginative work.
Inspired parody features stalwart performers from the beloved old troupe.
The ugly emotions so nakedly exposed reveal a timeliness that is downright terrifying.
With so many emerging playwrights clamoring to be heard, which voices deserve your attention?
Clubbed Thumb is where you go for a walk on the wild side.
The first act of Edward Albee's "Me, Myself & I" is a witty meditation.