Small Craft Warnings is not top shelf Tennessee Williams, but it's probably his best after 1961's The Night of the Iguana. To succeed, it needs actors who bring the capacity to surprise. For the most part, that's sorely lacking here.
Aliens with Extraordinary Skills seems to be saying that immigrants can have a tough time adapting. That thesis is too simplistic to be riveting. What is riveting is the performance of Jessica Pimentel.
The curtain's coming down on Gerard Alessandrin's long-running Off Broadway institution. That's why it's great to report that his latest: Forbidden Broadway Goes to Rehab is one of his strongest in years.
Nicky Silver's Three Changes is a dark comedy with the emphasis on the word dark-as in too dark. Here's hoping the playwright returns to lighter, funnier fare soon. We could all use a few laughs right about now.