Boeing-Boeing is such a good time at the theater that it may single-handedly make farces bankable on Broadway.
This production of Macbeth, starring Patrick Stewart and Kate Fleetwood, expertly reveals the stark universality of the destructive quest for power at all costs.
Endgame still stands up as original and unique as it was when it first premiered in 1957.
Glory Days, a transfer from the D.C. area's Signature Theatre should have been held back.
This revival of Boeing-Boeing is the smash comedy hit of the season. The doors slam in all the right places.
Les Liaisons Dangereuses is given a first-class revival- with Laura Linney and Ben Daniels expertly stepping into the roles made famous by Lindsay Duncan ahd Alan Rickman
Thurgood Marshall was a towering figure in our legal history. But this one-hander (Laurence Fishburne) is more history by the numbers than flesh and blood drama
From a distance, this production of Macbeth is less dynamic than originally thought.
Thurgood is a riveting one-hander about Thurgood Marshall, the first African-American to serve on the Supreme Court. Lawrence Fishbourne gives a towering performance as the powerful justice.
The gamesmanship of love is given a full workout in this splendid revival of Les Liaisons Dangereuses.