In the program for "Flamingo Court," scribe Luigi Creatore acknowledges that much of the material in these three short plays originated in earlier works he wrote for the Boca Raton Community Theater…
Plays don't work like TV shows or standup routines, so why didn't Don Reed get some help?
In the summer, the Irish Repertory Theater usually offers a droll little treat. This year, it's Mark Brown's adaptation of Jules Verne's novel "Around the World in 80 Days," co-produced with…
Sometimes it pays to think small. That's partly how Soho Think Tank's Ice Factory Festival has gotten to its 15th anniversary, making it one of the oldest summer legit fests in New York.
Things change in "Expatriate," but they don't resolve. That's true of the plot in this two-person play with music, about the rise and fall of an American singing duo in France, and it's true of the…
A Chekhov production demands a balancing act: Despair and levity have to coexist, just like symbolism and psychological realism, or else part of the play's richness will be lost.
If you really listen, you'll notice that most pop music is incredibly weird. Beneath their catchy hooks, pop stars are often working out their neuroses, which tend to get worse when they get famous…
If you find yourself on a stage all alone, you may want to call Hal Brooks.
On the program for its bleak double bill of Sarah Kane's "Crave" and Neal Bell's "Somewhere in the Pacific," Potomac Theater Project announces its theme with the slogan "Love will tear us apart."…
Canada is not an obvious breeding ground for great white rappers -- remember Snow? -- but the Caucasian Canucks behind "Bash'd!: A Gay Rap Opera" have skills.