With Edge, Paul Alexander gives us a more manic Sylvia Plath( Angelica Torn) than we're used to seeing. And portrays her husband as the epitome of evil
Steve Ross is playing the Oak Room at the Algonquin-need we say more. Yes, he's doing the songs of Stephen Sondheim
Audiences will find a lot to feel uncomfortable about in America LoveSexDeath, Billy the Mime's ambitious , gaggle of routines, guaranteed to offend somebody
Attention, shoppers. You'd be wise to skip Walmartopia- This is a musical spoof that falls short in the spoofing aisle
Adam Pascal and Anthony Rapp have returned to their roots, make that Rent and they're even better than they were the first time around.
The names in Charles Mee's play Iphigenia 2.0 may sound familiar, but the play bears little resemblance to its classic predecessor
In Lillian Hellman's The Autumn Garden, you need a scorecard to keep track of the players. The thing is, you really care about the twists and turns of their lives
What a wonderful late-summer (night's) diversion.Director Daniel Sullivan and his cry of players have the tone just about right in this most romantic of plays
The leads for Grease, selected by a television audience? A sure-fire recipe for disaster. But Laura Osnes and Max Crumm do nothing to embarrass themselves or the show. In fact, they're pretty darn good.
What could be more timely than a play that examines the potential destructiveness of science when ethical concerns go unheeded? But The Physicists isn't that play