Three one-man Beckett dramas based on works not originally designed for the stage find themselves part of the Lincoln Center Festival.
No use beating a dead horse: Sam Shepard's Kicking a Dead Horse is a dull play.
[title of show] is just the kind of show Broadway needs. It's real and bursting with serious ambition.
Christopher Durang's The Marriage of Bette and Boo is one of the bleakest theatrical portraits of marriage. It's also a sharp-edged black comedy.
The cloven-hoofed one may be one of the stars of Damn Yankees , but this Encores! production never really catches fire.
Damn Yankees is as satisfying and bracing as a one-out rally in the ninth. It recalls a time when baseball was truly our national pasttime.
South Pacific can't be revived...nonsense. All it needed was the right revival...And this production is the right one.
The great dramatic sweep of King Lear is admirably captured by artistic director Bonnie J. Monte and Daniel Davis in the title role.
A Chorus Line still packs a mean theatrical punch. As for Mario Lopez as Zach, he turns in a surprisingly impressive performance.
In her latest outing for the Women's Expressive Theatre, playwright Brooke Berman trots out some tired types.