Absurd comedy and melancholy are center stage in What's That Smell: The Music of Jacob Sterling.
Romantic Poetry has very little romance and absolutely no poetry...At best, there are only small pleasures to be found in this piece.
Boy's Life had something fresh to say its first time around (1988)...now, it doesn't inspire or surprise. The subject matter's been covered all too often in the intervening years.
This revival of David Mamet's take on the wicked ways of Hollywood has keen performances by Piven, Esparza and Moss.
Two brilliant performers wrest comic delight from a way-off-Broadway debacle...
To Be Or Not To Be ought to balance on the knife's edge where hysteria and hilarity meet. Only the knife is dull and the laughter is forced.
Drama abhors a vacuum: Enough said about The Grand Inquisitor
David Mamet's Speed-the-Plow is given a hard-driving revival, courtesy of director Neil Pepe. The three-hander is a blazing indictment of the excesses of American capitalism...Hollywood branch.
This revival of Talley's Folly gets the mood and tone just right. The wistful desperation of two-would be lovers is captured perfectly by director Marshall W. Mason.
Arthur Miller's All My Sons has a capable cast of actors going for it...and that's what really matters to put the play across.