Tommy Tune is returning to the stage after breaking his foot last month during an earthquake.
The New York Shakespeare Festival won long-term commitments from the City of New York Wednesday, guaranteeing the non-profit company's stewardship of its downtown home base, the Joseph Papp Public…
With "Down the Road," playwright Lee Blessing adds the last installment of what will certainly be viewed as his trio of social-issue dramas that began earlier this year with "Two Rooms" and "Patient…
Richard Wilbur's exquisite English verse translation of Moliere's 17 th-century farce "The Misanthrope" shines through the Onstage Co.'s contemporary interpretation, despite the incomprehensible…
Like a lot of people, Tony Abatemarco is trying to sort out his relationship with his father. Unlike most, he has the talent and creativity to turn this painful process into a superbly entertaining…
Opened June 5, 1993; reviewed June 12; runs through June 28.
Comedian Alan King knows a successful venture when he sees one.
Anna Deavere Smith astoundingly captures multiple true-life personalities in a genre she has mastered: documentary theater. In "Twilight: Los Angeles 1992," Smith dives into the problems that ignited…
The Care and Custody of Barbara Moon," the opening production of Hollywood's Theatre Geo, is a choppy play about women prisoners and their children. Poignant portrayals by supporting actors, spirited…
When 21-year-old monk Oliver discovers he's gay, he leaves the monastery and -- following the advice of a closeted brother -- heads for the promised land, West Hollywood. And you thought Lionel Bart…