Shaw’s trophy bawd is mis-served by a lackluster, off-kilter production.
“Scherzando” describes the mood of Sarah Ruhl’s adaptation of Virginia Woolf.
Those who saw Trevor Nunn's first round of production, with a different cast, might find this second go-round a bit lacking in chemistry.
John Glover dazzles as the main event in Jonathan Tolins' L.A. import.
A valiant attempt to reconcile light and dark ends up a bit of a muddle.
Our Town has a history of doing it right, a legacy not to be broken with its current cast.
Polly Stenham works a rich dramatic vein with familial relations pushed beyond the realms of normalcy.
The Paper Mill production turns in a fantastic fantastical performance that even those who have grown up can enjoy.
While Broadway produced mostly mediocre new plays and disappointing musicals, Off Broadway came through in a number of ways.
Sarah Ruhl’s sweeping survey of Christian pageantry (propaganda?) proves delightfully down to earth.