Alice Childress’s long-delayed Broadway debut marries simmering rage and sharp satire, and holds an uncomfortable mirror up to the theater world we still inhabit. Loren Noveck reviews.
Big on comedy, lacking in nuance, this production of Tennessee Williams’ play fails to interweave the tragedy underlining the characters. Alison Walls reviews.
The performances still make Arthur Miller’s play rattle albeit in a pedestrian, literal production. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Ethan Hawke and Paul Dano give expertly realized performances of performed manhood in Sam Shepard’s famous play. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
Dizzying and dazzling, this superb Stoppard revival from director Patrick Marber zips along.
John Lithgow shares his love of storytelling and tales of his father who read him these bedtime stories. Alicia Kort reviews.
Despite its compelling trio of strong female leads, Alison Walls wonders why this ’90s family drama has lost its punch.
Martha Wade Steketee reviews Arthur Miller’s sibling drama of family legacies
Across-the-board uncertainty renders this Cherry Orchard unreadable
A journey of faith.