What's almost as raunchy and obscene as Jerry Springer's no-holds barred television show. Why, Jerry Springer-The Opera, of course. Now, rousing people at the Bailiwick Theater in Chicago.
Thank goodness there were some stories left to tell. In Spalding Gray: Stories Left to Tell, there's enough going on to add up to a vivid portrait of his background and worldview.
Don't Quit Your Night Job, the comedy-improv show, may not break new ground, but there are moments of sheer madness, in this oft-silly night out at the theater.
Despite its subject matter, oppressed Filipino migrant workers, The Romance of Magno Rubio, is not a grim evening at the theater.
The most memorable things about the off-Broadway solo, Daughter of a Cuban Revolutionary, are Marissa Chibas' hands...
With Radio Golf, August Wilson's majestic cycle of Afro-American life in the 20th Century has come to an end. Unbelievably, he's given us a play for every decade--with memorable characters to match.
City Center's Encore's! first original production, Stairway to Paradise, is a joyous ,wonderful production. Read on...
Want the sights, sounds and smells of the barrio? Then go to In The Heights--and get a gaudy blast of reality.
110 in the Shade and Audra McDonald are made for each other. Take a listen.
Love story of the German-born composer Kurt Weill, the son of a cantor, and the actress Lotte Lenya, who at age 13 was a prostitute, fails on almost every level...