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Godlight Theatre Company's creative translation of the National Book Award-winning novel and a popular, film holds the audience captive with tension and challenge
Catherine Butterfield's new comedy skims along with witty lightness over a thoughtful undertone.
- this limited run solo play takes us back to the harrowing true story of 23-year-old Billy Hayes after his arrest at the Istanbul airport and the nightmare that followed.
The popular radio play adaptation of the 1946 film is back at the Irish Rep
What's it all about? It's about dusting off Burt Bacharach's songbook and presenting it to younger audiences with updated arrangements, seven wildly talented musician/singers and a first-rat…
Patrick Barlow's adaptation is an a entrancing and enlightened way to get into spirit of the season. . . . Read More
All the world's a stage and at the Union Square Theatre where La Soiree proves it can be a sexy, screwy, spell-binding stage of circus, cabaret, and burlesque. .
'n this world premiere of her emotionally gripping tour-de-force, Jeannette Bayardelle grabs hard and takes you on her shattering journey from horror to survival. Shida is not easy to watch …
Our only complaints about this concert revival is that it ran too briefly.
Mrs. Phelps in Sidney Howard's 1926 play is far from a stereotypical cartoon. This mother is pathologically possessive, taking mother love for her two sons dangerously over the top.
The Denham family of Winton Manor in N.C. Hunter's play might bring to mind the Crawleys of Downton Abbey three decades later and considerably poorer. England has struggled through industria…
Encores!' revival is as foolish and funny as a comic book, with imaginative bright staging by John Rando and a first-rate cast.
The musical/ based on the Jean Shepherd stories is dated, delightful fun
The York Theater's revival of this solid musical revue with four Broadway actors/singers, one pianist and a bass player still proves that less embroidery can reveal more detail. . . . Read M…
Dan Gordon’s play provocatively dramatizes the real story of imprisoned Willie Moore and Henry Davidson, the inexperienced but determined attorney, assigned to his case.
A salute to the design and the cast that grapples with undeveloped characters. The show overall proves that less is more if you want audiences to emotionally connect
a heartfelt Valentine to Manhatta, but it is Manhattan of 65 years ago. The “good old days.” and everything have changed — including the audience . .
This snappy new anti-romantic musical carves a sharp Cupid’s arrow aimed at a young modern audience . . .
a far more low-keyed but cleverly conceived sequel Michael Morpurgo’s 1997 novel than War Horse, the play or the soon to be released movie.
For two hours these legendary performers deliver a musical storybook through the lyrics of some of theater’s greatest songs and, as one of those songs says, it is “Some Enchanted Evening…
he's the current King of Broadway. For him, it’s home. For us, it’s a treat
Bruce Graham’s dark but fiercely funny comedy
Simplicity does not mean simple. This play's small-town simplicity packs a wallop that is worth your time, whatever your beliefs
Singer/actress Sally Mayes runs away with this noir-ish new show
Final installment of 3-part Summer FestivalCoverage . .
this three-character play features a sequence of metaphors and symbols that too often get in the way of the inherent dramatic opportunities. . .
Part One of Three. . .
an entertaining and suspenseful,a theatrical get-away
a gripping monologue written by and starring Jeff Key, a gay man and former Marine, . . .
Lillas White is the standout of this Ü jazzy musical revue. . .
here is much to enjoy in the Irish Rep'stheatrical extravagances of Dion Boucicault. play