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.
Rock of Ages is a deafening mass of music. Die-hard '80s rock buffs will enjoy it-all others will be reaching for their ear plugs.
Sarah Kane's controversial play Blasted is only now receiving its New York premiere-14 years after the fact. The searing drama was well worth the wait.
No sex (they're British), but nonstop humor fuels this multi-couple romp.
Adam Rapp writes knowingly about complicated and testy relationships often revolving around various family members. Kindness is no exception.
A Man for All Season remains timeless thought-provoking entertainment. With a superb Frank Langella as Sir Thomas More
This adaptation of the classic 1942 film comedy is tepid at best. All the crazy, implausible life has been wrung out of it.