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Say waht you will about this Bard inspired musical farce with its trigger-happy cast, it's a lot of fun packed into 90 minutes. . .
Though John Doyle breaks the rules in all the right ways, newbies to the play are likely to t become confused at times by its gender-blind casting and the nine cast members who play mu…
It's all very irreverent, casual, and American-- but is there enough Shakespeare to go along with its ambience? After all, the language has almost entirely gone missing here, so that …
This isn't an introspective show. No group member attempts to persuade you that anything done on stage is IMPORTANT. What IS important, however, is the shared theatrical experience betwe…
Despite this time trsveling comedy's flaws, Jaclyn Backhaus
still drives home an urgent message here about patriarchal tropes and how they can insidiously infect a marriage and undo a…
Descriptive Excerpt: Conceived and whimsically directed by Beth Ann Hopkins at A.R.T Theatres
As the presidential candidate debates played out on television last Wednesday evening, a hearty group of New York theatergoers gathered at the Public’s Delacorte Theater in Central Park to…
Davie Cale's solo musical memoir
An adaptation of the "Penelope" episode from James Joyce's Ulysses in which Aedin Moloney brings the unforgettable Molly to life.
Daniel Sullivan has briskly staged this handsome prodcution with kudos to the entire first rate cast: KELLY AuCOIN, ANNIE PARISSE, LEE TERGESEN and ALEX WOLFF!
the Signature's first musical will be remembered it for its down-to-earth message aboutunplugging from one's hi-tech devices for a while and truly reconnect with people? and reawakening to t…
Erica Schmidt might not be the first artist to introduce an all-female cast for a Shakespeare play. Yet her Mac Beth arrives in New York like a breath of fresh air.
This new revival might not fire on all cylinders. But it sure does allow one to get a real taste of the late Sam Shepard's genius.
The Mobile Unit's new gender-blind production gives the old play a new spin and fits right in with the Metoo era
What is particularly satisfying about this production is how it complements the Irish Rep's two earlier O'Casey productions.
Halley Feiffer's look at the terrible toll toxic masculinity can take on both genders.a
this is indeed a not to be missed star turn by Jackson, with enough positive assets to overcome the directorial missteps.
In TNFA's production the ensemble's choreography is a major plus
There are some things you can't pack in a suitcase. This becomes glaringly evident in Jordan E. Cooper's new play currently heating up the boards at the Public's LuEsther Hall
l John Guare's stylishly staged but not always easy to follow memory play
an uplifting exploration of defying the odds and having the guts to be generous.
This extended monologue on sex, dating, pornography, masturbation, dysfunctional families, and more is not for the easily offended
Madeleine George's play nods to Euripides' The Bacchae as it focuses on the very contemporary problem of climate change.
a provocotative new play launches MCC's handsome new second stage
A page to stage version Calvin Trillin's love letter to his late wife
The current Barrow Street Theatrical production arrived in New York just in time for the holidays. But its message about the power of language to connect people in unsettled times will mea…
Theatergoers have a fresh opportunity to enjoy Brian Friel's brilliant talent in a double-bill. at the Irish Repertory Theatre. . .
Without diluting any of Beckett's art, Bill Irwin casts a new light on it and infuses it with his own American voice
a solo show about mother and daughter duo who share a passion for art and have lived, and continue to live outside the lines.
latter-day clowns Aaron Malkin and Alastair Knowles invite audiences to go on a magical journey of the imagination that shakes out Socrates old maxim: Know thyself.
-Mike Lew's Shakespeare inspired play makes a fine case for casting disabled actors. It's brilliantly dramatized and robustly acted