Solo shows have grown more widespread and sophisticated in recent decades, painting complex multicharacter portraits, autobiographical narratives, even all of the first "Star Wars" trilogy in an hour.
A married psychotherapist becomes over-involved with a professional dominatrix half his age in "Going Under." First feature by actual psychotherapist Eric Werthman -- who's mum on whether the story…
There's a lot of toil and trouble in "Double Double," the comedy-thriller making its American preem at the Williamstown Theater Festival in the Berkshires. The play, which has little comedy or…
Can a ship sink a show? Neil Patel's cheap-looking set, which turns the S.S. American into the S.S. Minimalist, doesn't exactly launch the Williamstown Theater Festival summer season opener "Anything…
The Williamstown Theater Festival opens its new multimillion-dollar home and launches Roger Rees' reign as artistic director with Oscar Wilde's comedy-melodrama of Victorian English society. The…
Roger Rees will star in the musical version of "A Man of No Importance," based on the 1994 Albert Finney feature about a gay bus conductor who is an avid reader of Oscar Wilde. The title refers to…
Parents were really taking it on the chin last week, at least on New York stages. They even got their own play, whose title leads this column, though on the marquee of the Barrymore Theater it says…
Young TV star Richard Grieco barely survives silly first film vehicle If Looks Could Kill, which spoofs the James Bond formula in tiresome fashion. One-joke script, based on Fred Dekker's story, runs…