Hamish Linklater's storytelling voice is remarkably assured in this moody little piece about three lonesome souls who cross paths on a cold night in upstate New York.
Kathy Najimy and Annette O'Toole are among the thesps lined up to star in the world preem production of A.R. Gurney's "Heresy," set to bow in an Off Broadway run at downtown Gotham's Flea Theater.
Alan Rickman, A.R. Gurney and Joel Schumacher are all among the creatives on tap for the 2012-13 season at Off Off Broadway's Flea Theater.
Elizabeth Swados has always gone her own way, and her new music-theater piece, "Kaspar Hauser: A Foundling's Opera," is stamped with some of her familiar idiosyncrasies: the childlike perspective…
With his new showcase at the Flea Theater, Itamar Moses risks serious abuse on the subject of gender politics. But the final word on the writer's five-play mini-marathon is that it's a hell of a lot…
Less of a potshot at George W. Bush than a backhanded benediction for him, A. R. Gurney's jokey new play, "A Light Lunch," is refreshingly unlike most contempo American political theater.
The Flea's resident acting company, the Bats, provides friendly process-driven theater with its new piece "Seating Arrangements," only nominally adapted from Karen Blixen's short story, "Babette's…
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