Lynn Nottage has come up with might well be the unlikeliest love story of the theater season.
In Donald Margulies' new play, we'd prefer the central character to be more fully conjured up...more than a mere entertainment.
It really doesn't matter whether it's a stand-up comedy act or a genuine work of theater. Bottom line is, it's very, very funny.
Operetta-lovers of 1932 weren't wowed, so why expect to be smitten?
The potential pleasure in seeing Kathleen Turner go toe to toe with Charles Busch is short-circuited in Busch's The Third Story -too many storylines make for a convoluted plot.
A classic done right demands a trek to the wilds of New Jersey
Enter Laughing is back for a second go round at the York Theatre Company. It's still a load of laughs.
William H. Macy's come to the rescue of Speed-the-Plow...in more ways than one.
Modern in tone, but old fashioned in its setting, this fundamental split dooms this revival of Hedda Gabler.
Argue with the approach all you like: Mary-Louise Parker's Hedda Gabler is eminently enjoyable.