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"How I Learned to Drive," which won Paula Vogel the Pulitzer Prize in 1998 (and hasn't been seen in New York since), is one of those plays you don't forget in a hurry.
"Lysistrata Jones" is a slyly contrived "High School Musical" for adults, lubricated with gallons of Grecian formula.
The sun shines throughout "Little Miss Sunshine," but the necessary darkness is absent.
Deon Cole had been performing standup comedy for roughly 15 years when his break came.
One of the biggest turning points in Chelsea Peretti's comedy career came during a blackout.
Most plays focus on the conflict sparked when different psychological states collide. "The Escapologist" does it the other way around. In his first collaboration with Scottish company Suspect…
A substantial sea change takes place between the two settings of "The Winter's Tale" -- the fraught court of Sicilia and the roisterous sheap-shearing of Bohemia.
Despite being destined only for specialist events and cultural webs, shortsmaker and storyboard artist Nichola Bruce's first feature, "I Could Read the Sky," is an impressive slice of borderline…