On the whole, Adam Rapp is a lot more fun when he's being crude and rude. "Kindness," however, finds the scribe in a mellower mood, sympathetically observing a Midwestern mother and her son on a…
The trouble with writing about the new movie "W." is that in print, one can't do justice to what appears onscreen. The startling W is followed by a scarlet red period. That does provide emphasis!
Mercedes Ruehl and Lily Rabe will topline the Manhattan Theater Club production of "The American Plan" in January.
Lewis Black has something to be less angry about: The Williamstown Theater Festival will fete the furious comedian at its annual gala, set for Nov. 17 at Cipriani 23rd Street.
The 2008-09 season at Off Broadway's Classical Theater of Harlem includes a workshop of a new legit version of Melvin Van Peebles' 1971 pic "Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song."
Writer-director Matt Morillo's "Angry Young Women in Low-Rise Jeans With High-Class Issues," a collection of monologues and sketches primarily dealing with sexual issues, is cheerfully raunchy show…
In its world premiere at George Street Playhouse, "The Toxic Avenger" strikes with a heady dose of nasty humor accompanied by a musical score of little distinction or melodic substance.
An aching, desperate and even existential loneliness hovers over Mark Lamos' cool appraisal of John Steinbeck's own stage adaptation of his 1937 novel, "Of Mice and Men," getting a handsome revival…
It's a pity the title "The Misanthrope" is taken. "The Atheist," Irish-born American playwright Ronan Noone's creepily compelling portrait of an avaricious journalist, just wouldn't be the same…
"Frost/Nixon" and "Doubt" are destined to be serious awards season contenders when they open in December, but even as film adaptations of highly popular plays, they are on a road fraught with mixed…