LaBute's latest is a step up from his totally one-sided battle of the sexes. Face it, women have feelings, duh?
Christopher Durang is a risk-taker. And with his latest play Why Torture is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them, the risk has paid off. He's come up with a biting, bracing absurdist comedy on a very controversial subject.
Lorenzo Pisoni puts himself in harms way in an enjoyable one-man show that's just the right length-for a change.
Irena's Vow is a marvelous tale, but lacks the nuance to make it the inspiring ideal it should be.
This pedestrian production of Macbeth packs buckets o' blood but few genuine frissons
Jane Fonda is alive and well and back on Broadway. The play's pretty interesting, too.
Exit the King is a surprisingly affecting play, played to the hilt by a wonderful cast, led by the incomparable Geoffrey Rush.
Four excellent actors going nowhere in Yasmina Reza's God of Carnage
Encores! Finian's Rainbow is the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
Yasmina Reza's latest is given a tremendous production by Matthew Warchus and a cast at the top of their game.