Following last season's Lincoln Center Theater production of "The Clean House," the belated discovery of Sarah Ruhl on New York stages continues apace with "eurydice," the distinctive young…
Matthew Schneck's confused new play "Badge" is its own evil twin, coupling a potentially affecting comedy about death and mourning with a lame, unfunny satire about a mentally ill 29-year-old Boy…
After the opening-night perf of "Herringbone" was aborted when star B.D. Wong gouged his thigh in a freak onstage accident requiring 30 stitches, the thesp bounced back over the weekend with a…
Broadway gained a healthy glow in the wake of the Tonys, with a solid number of shows on the boards seeing increases in sales, though not spectacular ones.
Lois Smith will topline "100 Saints You Should Know," the first offering of the 2007-08 season at Off Broadway's Playwrights Horizons.
Tim Blake Nelson, Laila Robins and Mireille Enos are among the cast of the Shakespeare in the Park production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream."
"I gave you the most horrible evening of your life." So says Kenneth Cranham's detective in the coda of "Gaslight." "Oh no," breathes relieved heroine Bella (Rosamund Pike), "the most wonderful." In…
Time was when a fellow kicked the bucket, the public and personal relationships that orbited around him suddenly ceased. But in the high-tech era, that doesn't necessarily happen, suggests playwright…
Playing the lead role as part beast and part snake, an athletic Marc Kudisch has a devilishly good time carrying the newly revamped "Witches of Eastwick" on a mostly enjoyable ride in its U.S…
It's hard to know exactly what to think about Target Margin's double bill of "The Argument" and "Dinner Party," and that's as it should be. The former is David Greenspan's one-man show adapted from…