There's a strong whiff of the workshop about this Atlantic production of "The Jammer," an endearing oddball of a show by Rolin Jones (a TV scribe on shows including "Weeds," "Friday Night Lights" and…
Initially, Lez Brotherston's grand, gothic design outdoes the drama but Bourne's more dynamic and dangerous second half creates dance for the "Twilight" generation.
Heather Headley thrillingly knocks all Whitney Houston wannabes out of the ballpark, but whenever she launches into a Whitney cover, there's tangible relief as audiences are released from the vapid…
Despite the baleful eloquence of Eileen Atkins and Michael Gambon in the lead roles, the disappointing, hybrid result is neither quite radio nor theater.
"I'm a little bit trapped, I'm afraid," says the not-so-poor-butterfly title character in David Adjmi's audacious and stunning "Marie Antoinette," a co-prod that received joint world preems, first in…
"Skins" star Kaya Scodelario is set to replace Rooney Mara as the lead in Francesca Gregorini's indie "Emanuel and the Truth About Fishes."
If you plan to attend Mike Daisey's "The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs," you might want to prepare an essay for the benefit of your friends and family on the topic of "Why I Am Throwing Away…
Propelled by a lean script, cut-to-the-quick lyrics and an angst-filled score, this world preem hits the zeitgeist jackpot.
"Walk the Mountain" feels unfinished. As she weaves together stories of Vietnamese and Cambodian women who recount their experiences of war, writer-actor Jude Narita struggles for both dramatic…
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