Any doubt that still exists in audiences' minds as to Matthew McConaughey's talents as an actor are permanently put to rest by this riveting and surprisingly relatable true story.
Kyle Patrick Alvarez steers auds to some gloriously uncomfortable places in this first adaptation of David Sedaris' work.
The plaintive question "Do you see?," repeated in the course of "An Iliad," raises this sleek distillation of Homer's epic from a mere platform reading to a transformative act of theatrical magic.
Although the sky looked stormy at Thursday's Central Park opening of "Into the Woods," it never rained. But skyrocketing humidity ensured it was plenty moist.
It makes for an enjoyable evening of free theater, but the open question for the Public is whether the show has the legs to transfer indoors.
Current Tony contender "Once" and much-lauded play "Sons of the Prophet" took the top prizes at the Off Broadway-centric Lucille Lortel Awards.
"Elling" looks like a hard sell for Broadway.
An honors student turns into a high school version of Heidi Fleiss when clients request more than child-minding services in the indie misfire "The Babysitters."
Christina Applegate's thin, reedy voice is never going to be mistaken for a brass band. That's the bad news that will stay the bad news all the way to Gotham, big spenders. But she's no celebrity…
Just in time for spring training, Richard Greenberg's "Take Me Out" has been called up to the Major League. It is clearer than ever that "Take Me Out" is really not one but two plays: a heady…