A comparatively simple, straight-up circus-y affair by Cirque du Soleil standards, "Kooza" has little in the way of highfalutin concept -- just one crowd-pleasing act after another, beautifully…
With Broadway hunkering down for a box office bummer this holiday weekend, the usual PR benefits of the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade look to be deflated a bit by the ongoing Rialto shutdown.
Mother Goose is having lab work done at the Sundance Institute Theater Lab at White Oak. Kirsten Childs' "Funked Up Fairy Tales" will be workshopped at the 2008 edition, scheduled for Dec. 2-16 of…
Obnoxious can be funny if it's safely on the other side of the footlights. One is grateful for that unbreached fourth wall in "Zero Hour," which has Jim Brochu reincarnating the force of nature known…
Legit and TV scripter Jeff Goode has fashioned a faux British Victorian farce that is as linguistically bracing as it is thematically convoluted. The ponderous plot shifts finally overwhelm the…
Cut from the same cloth as "The Laramie Project" and other interview-based stage docu-dramas, Ellen Gavin's "Stardust and Empty Wagons" assembles testimony from displaced New Orleans residents.
A one-night stand after a drunken encounter at a New Year's Eve party in Dublin, Ireland, is the starting point for a refreshing take on a casual coupling and pregnancy.
Rebecca Gilman's usual bright dialogue and neatly etched characters make Amy Glazer's sharp Magic Theater premiere staging an easy, frequently quite funny sit. Yet this 75-minute one-act, a single…
Center Theater Group presented its Richard E. Sherwood Award to "green" designer-producer Ian Garrett.
This final play in a trilogy for the National Theater confirms that Kwame Kwei-Armah has vital, topical ideas and a terrific ear for the subtleties of black British speech -- and that he's yet to…