None of the Above" epitomizes the absurdity of romantic comedy, but does it mean to? You could go bonkers trying to answer that question, yet the show's inscrutability is what makes it fascinating.
Broadway shows continued to perform Wednesday even as the Rialto teetered on the verge of a shutdown, with contract talks between producers and the stagehands union in a deep-freeze impasse.
Everything stops dead. Poleaxed by the insanely unlikely yet bizarrely plausible excuse spontaneously dreamed up by his possibly erring wife, David Haig's enraged Pinchwife looks as if he is about to…
Andrew Upton's "Riflemind," a tantalizing tale of washed-up rockers who regroup at their former frontman's rural English property to mull the possibility of a reunion tour, delivers much of what it…
Step back far enough and "Hotel Cassiopeia," the SITI Company's rumination on Joseph Cornell, resembles one of the artist's own creations. His collage-style boxes, in which random objects form a…
Broadway is one step closer to a potential shutdown, with labor talks between Rialto producers and the stagehands' union coming to a close Tuesday night with both sides putting their best and final…
Broadway is one step closer to a potential shutdown, with labor talks between Rialto producers and the stagehands' union coming to a close Tuesday with the League of American Theaters and Producers…
As the basis for a taut thriller it looks great on paper -- was Frida Kahlo's controversial subject Dorothy Hale murdered by ambitious presidential candidate Harry Hopkins? But after a few promising…
"The Wolves in the Walls" lives up to a classy pedigree: In 2005, the ever-resourceful Improbable company brought eccentric musicians the Tiger Lillies to Off Broadway with a stage version of the…
This extraordinary performance confirms Punchdrunk's reputation as one of the most exciting and boundary-breaking ensembles in contemporary theater.
What if Christy Mahon, that great outsider of Irish dramatic literature, were black?