Modern classics don't come along very often. “Consent” is, without a shadow of a doubt, just that: an intricately constructed philosophical drama that does for love, law and language and what Michael…
Take three generations of a cheerfully squabbling family, put them into a spy drama, fill with lust, love and lies, whip everything along as a comedy and what have you got? "Donkey Heart." Put like…
Great storytelling has returned to the theater with a vengeance. Nina Raine's “Tribes,” being given its West Coast premiere at the Taper, is one of several new plays presented here that reject the…
Where is the worst possible place to be in the theater? About twenty minutes ahead of the action. That, alas, is where audiences for "Longing" find themselves. Anyone attracted to successful novelist…
The Mark Taper Forum's new season includes an August Wilson play directed by Phylicia Rashad, Bruce Norris' "A Parallelogram" and "What the Butler Saw" by Joe Orton.
The uproarious laughter that greets April de Angelis' zesty "Jumpy" is the laughter of acute and sometimes appalled recognition. That's the hallmark of a delicious juggling act of uproarious humor…
The National Theater converted its 17 noms into a seven-win sweep at the Society of London Theaters' (SOLT) 2011 Olivier awards, held at the Theater Royal Drury Lane.
Nina Raine's play rigorously examines a host of doctors' dilemmas.
Would Brit playwright Nina Raine be a one-hit wonder? Until this year, you'd have been forgiven for suspecting so.
Extraordinarily funny, daringly non-PC exchanges and confrontations brimming with truth-telling.