Michael Hollinger's Opus shows how the sweetest sounds of a musical group can almost be obliterated by the backstage turmoil of its members
Isn't it cute, isn't it cuddily, isn't My First Time, as easily read in front of a computer as it is watched on stage?
Israeli writer Ilan Hatsor has written a melodrama about three Palestinian brothers who have an Israeli problem, but it's more a character study than a political piece.
Betty Shamieh's The Black Eyed concerns itself with injustices against Palestinians(and Arabs, more generally), sexism, violence and anything else that crosses her fertile mind
The past may be prologue to the future, but Surface to Air is too shallow to make the comparisons stick.
Town Hall was really jumpin' as 34 singers and dancers were All Singin' All Dancin' in the final presentation in Scott Siegel's Summer Broadway Festival
The People v. Mona, is above all about having fun at a simple, silly musical, with catchy tunes and broad-based comedy
The death of a mother is a starting point for Two Thirds Home: Two sons and the woman mama left behind struggle to parse out who was loved the most.
Say goodbye to a fancy, overblown production. This Seussical is a lean mean enjoyment machine
Outroverted is less a play than a series of monologues for five writer/actors...but attention should be paid