An elegant adaptation by Marsha Norman of a sweeping multi-decade novel.
A smart new play about two couples clinging desperately to the remnants of the American Dream.
The part doesn't fit Patti LuPone like the glove Gypsy Rose Lee might peel off in a striptease.
Targets an audience that was likely born either right around the time of Shrek's film premiere.
The play possesses needy, quirky characters -- played to the hilt by a potent cast.
As a playwright, Bruce Norris has proven himself a purveyor of unpleasant truths.
An intensely intimate production of likely to generate out-of-town curiosity.
A personal, charming, clever play with a hip-hop bent.
Will be delivering warm-hearted uplift at least until puberty hits.
Playwright Rebecca Gilman contemplates the role of art in depicting disasters.
Earnest drama that carries an emotional impact along with its cautionary message.