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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…
With 20 actors racing between 50 roles across a time-traveling plot, Bruce Norris' "The Low Road" is a cross between a pageant and a parable. Dominic Cooke's supremely witty, fleet-footed production…
The sibling showdown at the end of the dysfunctional family drama "No Quarter" -- in which playwright Polly Stenham underlines the importance of choice and responsibility -- is truthful and telling.
Lucy Kirkwood's scathing Royal Court debut isn't short of an idea. But the more she extends her satirical proposition, the thinner the drama becomes.
Five world preems including "The Low Road," by Pulitzer and Tony winner Bruce Norris ("Clybourne Park"), and "No Quarter," by Polly Stenham, headline Dominic Cooke's outgoing season as a.d. of…
No one has ever accused stage scribe Tarell Alvin McCraney of aiming low, and he's certainly not bucking his own trend with "Choir Boy."
Ironically, highly entertaining though this sharp comedy initially is, fully dramatic it isn't.