What was the Roundabout thinking when it revived John van Druten's Old Acquaintance? Not clearly, that's for certain.
Tarzan will be closing soon, but did the ape man deserve a better fate?
The prolific Neil LaBute is at it again, with another new play, In a Dark Dark House. Only in this one, you really care about his characters--against your better judgment
Somehow the action and words fail to mesh in Neil LaBute's latest In a Dark Dark House
With the eight-piece saga now in front of us, it's clear why people keep returning to Intimate Exchanges. They've become smitten with the characters
The Producers plays Las Vegas; a match to make the mouth water. Hold on. The production falls a little flat, like a two-day old spritz of selzter
While Beyond Glory focuses primarily, on the American military experience, it has little to do with political theater
In this revival of Patrick Hamilton's thriller Gaslight , the creep quotient is amply supplied by the scary David Staller's turn as the husband
Romeo and Juliet, the Bard's ode to tragic young lovers, gets a fair rendering in the opening Shakespeare in the Park production
Sometimes, the set design for a play upstages the play. Eurydice is one of those cases. But Sarah Ruhl's work still has some touching moments.