Believe the buzz. “Choir Boy,” the small but mighty coming-of-age play by Tarell Alvin McCraney ("The “Brother/Sister Plays") that melted frosty British hearts at the Royal Court last year, deserves…
Helmer Austin Pendleton's production has the handsome look (of battered elegance) and elusive spirit (beautiful, but damned) of his prior Chekhovian outings for the CSC.
Ron and Kelly Meyer got their hands dirty on Veterans Day.
Amply supporting Irving Berlin's assertion "There's no people like show people," "Orson's Shadow" imaginatively re-creates a stage collaboration between Orson Welles (Bruce McGill) and Laurence…
George Morfogen's Uncle Bob is a truly miserable character. And for the one hour of stage time that he remains miserable, Bob is truly a joy to behold in Austin Pendleton's play. Unfortunately…
The 1947 musical morality fable "Finian's Rainbow" gets a generally sunny, musically upbeat reworking at the Coconut Grove Playhouse before heading to Cleveland and a planned Broadway transfer early…
Supposedly killed by the police long ago, the gendarme mystifier, Lupin, a character created (and used before in films) by Maurice Leblanc is found by the writers of this original to have merely…