The manic-depressive character who has a meltdown in "Side Effects" isn't the only one who goes off her meds in this shaky mounting of Michael Weller's two-hander about a self-sabotaging power couple.
The creators of "Doctor Zhivago," the musical, have learned much from their 2006 run, where audiences reportedly felt history dwarfed the central story.
They're cruel, they're reckless, and they're dangerous as hell. They're teenage girls, and Deirdre O'Connor has their number in "Jailbait," a terrific little play that finds something funny, shocking…
Welcome back, Weller. He hasn't had a major New York production since 1990, but this month, playwright Michael Weller will raise the curtain on two Off Broadway bows in quick succession.
Is it time once again for a big, earnest, near-operatic musical about love and death, passion and politics, romance and revolution? That's the question posed by "Zhivago," the sprawling, ambitious…
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