Kate Foydor's 100 Saints You Should Know is a well-made, but ultimately,forgettable, drama. That said, there is a moment of theater, that is truly cathartic.
Playwright Horton Foote is amazing: Here he is is 92-years young and instead of worrying about his own affairs of (e)state, he's conjured up Dividing the Estate, a richly detailed and absorbing work, smack dab about what its title implies.
The Atlantic Theatre Company has an excellent track record for coming up with entertaining plays. But, not so this time, with Scarcity. The show appears to exist solely to shock (us)...
Leo Tolstoy's most acclaimed work, The Power of Darkness, comes across more overwrought than transporting, in this Mint Theater production. Relentless could be its mantra
Ian McKellen shines in the title role of this Royal Shakespeare Company production of King Lear, on at BAM's Harvey Theatre
The Royal Shakespeare Company, via BAM. gives us a sturdy rendering of Chekhov's moody masterpiece The Seagull. Ian McKellen is compelling in the mostly comic role of Sorin
With Edge, Paul Alexander gives us a more manic Sylvia Plath( Angelica Torn) than we're used to seeing. And portrays her husband as the epitome of evil
Steve Ross is playing the Oak Room at the Algonquin-need we say more. Yes, he's doing the songs of Stephen Sondheim
Audiences will find a lot to feel uncomfortable about in America LoveSexDeath, Billy the Mime's ambitious , gaggle of routines, guaranteed to offend somebody
Attention, shoppers. You'd be wise to skip Walmartopia- This is a musical spoof that falls short in the spoofing aisle