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Florian Zeller’s drama about a man battling dementia has morphed into an affecting and sometimes brain-dizzying movie.
Flaws and all, the Netflix film revival offers food for thought on love, sex and friendship.
Shakespeare on the Radio presents an audio version of Richard II as a creative pandemic pivot.
The latest installment of the YouTube series The Show Must Go On is a comedy motored by colorful characters and mistaken identities.
Tracy Bennett turns to dark comedy in Martin McDonagh's' 'Hangmen,' a far cry from her Tony-nominated last outing on Broadway playing Judy Garland in 'End of the Rainbow.'
Underneath its pretty packaging, this wearying family saga is in need of a rewrite.
The Mint Theater Company presents two short stories dealing with love and spirituality by two great Russian writers.
Ali Stroker made history in June when she became the first actor who uses a wheelchair to win a Tony. That was just the beginning.
There is ace work all around in this story of have-nots living paycheck-to-paycheck.
Michelle Dooley Mahonshows a gift for painting evocative pictures with words in her worthwhile solo show.
This spare, eloquent staging will make you laugh, cry and think.
Setting the play among uniformed teenaged schoolgirls fails to stir fresh revelations.
This compact play provides a smart, funny look into the minds of American war re-enactors.
Although this solo piece is an earnest labor of love and faith, it’s not altogether persuasive dramatically.
The new film has tons of star power, but it s still oddly empty.
This thoughtful but downbeat drama struggles to get traction.
The Alanis Morissette jukebox musical features vibrant performances, but other issues drag it down.
Campbell Scott talks about A Christmas Carol as well as the influence of his actor parents.
The folksiness in Horton Foote’s family drama grows tiresome.
He's directing his longtime friends Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick in Neil Simon’s 1968 comedic marital triptych 'Plaza Suite.'
Matthew Lopez s six-hour drama takes a smart and moving look at who we are, where we ve been and where we re going.
Richard Nelson expands his distinctive brand of kitchen-table realism with his splendidly acted new play.
Theresa Rebeck’s two-act is a tangy and satisfying Off-Broadway main course.
Conor McPherson’s sobering portrait of lives devastated by booze gets a beautifully acted revival.
A slapstick approach to Tennessee Williams comedy misses out on the more poignant parts of the play.
'I was born to lay my hands on her story,' Hall says of Turner, an idol since the age or 3 or 4. Writing the book for 'The Tina Turner Musical' gave the playwright a chance to sit down with …
Tracy Letts’ dark-tinged rom-dram is a portrait of an unsympathetic man in the throes of an ugly divorce and a middle-age tailspin.
Fans of the TV series should be quite pleased with the plot-packed film they ve been given.
Although we are on well-worn territory with this play, the two fine leads bring it to life.