Lynn Nottage takes a different approach with her newest play, still handling serious material, only this time with a bit of farce.
Any production of Follies, even if imperfect, is cause for celebration by Sondheim fanatics.
Sister Act may not be a work of art, but it is a lot of heaven-sent revelry.
Stripped to the essentials, this ageless tragedy excoriates anew.
This tribute revue of Cy Coleman's work packs a punch of heavy-hitting vocalists and former collaborators, with a couple of new songs as well.
This enduring dark comedy falls short of its full comedic and tragic potential.
Tony Kushner has an equally good ear for ideological infighting and family conflict, and the two are inextricably intermixed here.
Derek Jacobi turns out a Lear who is both monstrous and humanly fragile in a production saddled up close to the audience.
The final glory is found in the extraordinary range and depth of Derek Jacobi's sense of grandeur and majestic folly.
Over the course of nearly four hours, Guide leads you in several directions without ever finding a satisfactory destination.