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
An As You Like it set in 19th century Japan. Well, it takes some getting used to, but once again Kenneth Branagh pulls it off- thanks to the Bard's gorgeous words.
If the real world of political skullduggery was as bad as Election Day, voters would be turned off even more than they are already
There are thrills and chills aplenty with Tom Crean: Antarctic Explorer-but also some tough sledding for audiences not so caught up in survival of the fittest tales
Is 33 to Nothing a musical or a play with music? Much more of the latter than the former
Michael Hollinger's Opus shows how the sweetest sounds of a musical group can almost be obliterated by the backstage turmoil of its members
Isn't it cute, isn't it cuddily, isn't My First Time, as easily read in front of a computer as it is watched on stage?
Israeli writer Ilan Hatsor has written a melodrama about three Palestinian brothers who have an Israeli problem, but it's more a character study than a political piece.