“Scherzando” describes the mood of Sarah Ruhl’s adaptation of Virginia Woolf.
Those who saw Trevor Nunn's first round of production, with a different cast, might find this second go-round a bit lacking in chemistry.
John Glover dazzles as the main event in Jonathan Tolins' L.A. import.
A valiant attempt to reconcile light and dark ends up a bit of a muddle.
Our Town has a history of doing it right, a legacy not to be broken with its current cast.
Polly Stenham works a rich dramatic vein with familial relations pushed beyond the realms of normalcy.
The Paper Mill production turns in a fantastic fantastical performance that even those who have grown up can enjoy.
While Broadway produced mostly mediocre new plays and disappointing musicals, Off Broadway came through in a number of ways.
Sarah Ruhl’s sweeping survey of Christian pageantry (propaganda?) proves delightfully down to earth.
What common thread links Jesus, Hitler, Queen Elizabeth and Ronald Reagan? It takes only three-and-a-half hours and a 400-year span to find out.