When a play is as notoriously kinky as "Measure for Measure," the magic of Shakespeare in the Park would be much enhanced by an inventive approach to the challenging problems the play presents.
There are good reasons "All's Well That Ends Well" is considered one of Shakespeare's "problem plays."
A slight but likable dramedy about a tech-savvy young woman who attempts to interface with her long-estranged mother.
The storytelling never rises above melodrama, but production is well-mounted and sincerely acted.
Play draws on West African myth to tell down-home stories rich in cultural specificity.
August Wilson's gift for storytelling has rarely been more beguiling than in this lyrical 1986 drama.
Wig Out!" is a fierce drag show, but it's wobbly theater. Set in the world of drag houses, where gay and transgender folks compete for trophies at elaborate balls, the show sizzles with style…
Following his debut play, "The Brothers Size," seen last season at the Public Theater, Tarell Alvin McCraney continues to fulfill his promise as an original new voice in the American theater.
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