Like a diamond chip, a speck of a play like "The Morini Strad" can sparkle if it's beautifully mounted.
Less than a landmark but more than a trifle, "Rx," Kate Fodor's cute comedy about workplace depression, is ideal entertainment for neurotic people living in anxious times.
There's something coy about "Boy," the hardworking but hollow new play by Julia Jordan at Primary Stages. The title, for example, refers to a central character that remains ostentatiously unnamed…
Daisy B. Foote has achieved that dubious feat of having both overwritten and underwritten her new play, "When They Speak of Rita," which receives its world premiere at Primary Stages. While there is…
For Irish playwright Conor McPherson, drama is synonymous with the oral tradition of storytelling. His play "The Weir" continues to hold the hushed attention of Broadway audiences with its ghostly…
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