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Grab your passport and head for the Shaw Festival's fifty-fifth year in Niagara-on-the-Lake
Claire Lizzimore's play may be providing a heavy dose of the psychotic. But who will complain when its being doled out by the terrific Rebecca Hall.
Claire Lizzimore's play may be providing a heavy dose of the psychotic. But who will complain when its being doled out by the terrific Rebecca Hall
Mary Poppins at the Paper Mill Playhouse
this killer of a play is with verifiable certainty perversely comical
Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage's beautiful play gets a lovely revival
This little known J.B. Priestly 1932 comedy belongs within the once revered "drawing room" genre wherein trifling but also unsettling issues, both romantic and familial, got their due with l…
The exceptionally talented Christian Borle plays Willie Wonka with exhilarating ferocity. .
A recollection triggered by the latest Hello, Dolly on Broadwa
entertaining and terrifically cast Paper Mill Playhouse production.
this British farce glows with antic performances
John Leguizamo turns history professor in his latest solo show Read More
delightfully silly concoction of murder, mystery and mayhem Read More
Bruce Graham's intelligent and intense play about the unconscious, sometimes crippling, racism we all apparently harbor..
Eno's most easily embraced and most deliberately accessible playR
This new version by the theatrical group Third Space is notable essentially for its more free-wheeling adaptation/loose translation by David Tushingham
New Jersey playwright Salter has filled her play with passionate voices R
a sensational play that is driven by a long-standing social imperative made more acute by the current political climat
we are committed by our sheer curiosity about what may come next.
a splendid ensemble and just need more time to inhabit rather than invade their roles
Snappy writing gives this sentimental story a real lift
Tightly structured and intense, the interaction of the three characters is beautifully developed
We see Coward's views of a changing world In Simon Green's exemplary performance Read More
filled to the brim with witty irreverence and impassioned rhetoric
No doubt that fans will swoon and sway hoot and holler to the music Read More
a rather cuddly little domestic comedy in which two couples, friends for thirty years, have been set up to reexamine their marital bonds and re-explore their friendship
sometimes funny, occasionally exasperating and totally confounding play
perhaps the most insightful portrait of manipulative motherhood in recent times
an emotions- charged consideration of familial, racial, cultural and political issues
a brittle discursive rebuttal to the bad images of black women that have prevailed for so long on TV and in the movies
This lovely production by Primary Stages now at the Cherry Lane Theater has a sublime cast under the fine direction of Michael Wilson