Coming of age in post-Prohibition New York, coming to terms with one's ethnic heritage and coming to an understanding with one's father are the intertwined motifs of Herb Gardner's "Conversations…
Playwright Erik Jendresen has taken an odd and true story, added a layer of metaphysics and crafted an intriguing play, well directed and acted.
Opened Sept. 22, 1993; reviewed Oct. 1; runs through Oct. 31.
Aworthy experiment in bringing down both production costs and ticket prices, the Broadway Alliance has so far attracted -- with one exception -- amateur plays that share appalling values. After a…
"How is paranoia different from deafness?" is the question playwright and director William Moses tries to answer in his primer for the hearing world.
The Pink Triangle" by Win Wells examines the lives of four men who survived Nazi concentration camps after being imprisoned for being homosexual. The first act is well written, performed and…
It didn't take long at Bruce Hornsby's Wiltern appearance to realize that the man has loosened up quite a bit. The jazzy singer-songwriter took the historic stage in dark jeans, T-shirt and sneakers…
With "Three Hotels" still running at its Sheridan Square home base, Circle Repertory Co. launches its 25th season a few blocks west at the Lucille Lortel Theater with "The Fiery Furnace," Timothy…
Tom Dulak's "Breaking Legs," which is funny but clumsily constructed and superficial, uses only one set and runs just two hours, including intermission; it's a natural for dinner theater. In the…
Composer Harold Arlen's songs range across a multitude of styles and subjects , representing a formidable challenge to anyone seeking to filter them into a coherent retrospective. Julianne Boyd has…