Anika Larsen fashions a musical out of her own unorthodox upbringing as a child of 1960s peaceniks.
Could be quite, well, stunning -- unless you happen to live in an insular Syrian-Jewish community.
The play Naomi Wallace promises to deliver in "Things of Dry Hours" sounds interesting.
Playwright Zakiyyah Alexander may have the gift of gab, but she hasn't found her voice here.
Hard to believe it took the Pearl 25 years to do a Tennessee Williams play.
Political satire goes down better with loud music and vulgar lyrics.
Touching family drama about the return of a prodigal Korean dad to the family he left behind.
A young master of finance brought so low by economic reversals that he becomes a kitchen slave.