Tracy Letts’ kind and gentle play, “Man From Nebraska,” follows a nondescript Midwesterner who has a mid-life crisis of faith and goes to London to look for his absent God. Played by the invaluable…
The conflict of a divided soul — personal, political and national — sears onstage in A.R.T.'s sprawling, heady and thoroughly gripping drama "All the Way," starring Bryan Cranston ("Breaking Bad") as…
Manhattan Theater Club has added “Taking Care of Baby,” a 2007 play by “Matilda” Tony winner Dennis Kelly, to its Off Broadway slate this fall. Off Broadway stalwart Reed Birney and Margaret Colin…
Isn’t “Love’s Labour’s Lost” about Berowne and Rosaline, those intelligent, articulate lovers who carry on a fierce flirtation via a battle of wit and words? Not in the version that Alex Timbers…
John Cusack's delicious star turn bolsters Scott Coffey's satirical, Syracuse-set coming-of-ager.
This revival reduces Inge's characters to broad caricatures and finds more comedy than pathos in their lives of quiet desperation.
Shrewd comic instincts keep a formulaic pity-party largely afloat in Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini's fourth feature collaboration.
After 35 years of anchoring the downtown theater scene, Soho Rep is still living up to its mandate of producing bold work by brave pioneers.
Meet the Joneses. And meet the Joneses again. They're two couples that share more than a surname in Will Eno's weird and wonderful play, getting its world preem at New Haven's Yale Repertory Theater.
Rage in "Vera Vera Vera" is counterbalanced by wit -- sometimes bitter, sometimes uproarious -- and even the most vicious moments carry raw tenderness that holds the audience in thrall.
Adam Rapp writes funny lines for scary people.