Close Login Box
Sebastian Barry, author of The Steward of Christendom, is a major Irish playwright. I am a major fan of Irish drama. Irish Heritage Theatre, whose production of Steward just opened...
Families, as we know, have secrets
Playwright Lauren Yee’s script is really two shows: an old-fashioned rock concert uncomfortably yoked to a somber history drama.
They sure don’t write them like this anymore.
Sam Shepard can set up a world like nobody else
This solo show is performed by Satchel Williams, who can best be described as adorbs.
British auteur-director Simon Stone has rewritten the ancient Greek tragedy, Medea, to fit the contours of the contemporary world
Anna Moench's new, short, fascinating play is not to be missed.
Time travel as spiritual reality and a throbbing moral obligation
Johnnie Hobbs Jr. stars in a biographical play about Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall
David Hare has the uncanny knack of being able to talk out of both sides of his mouth.
The precision and sense of drama makes you almost forget this is a concert and not a fully staged production.
The musicians are terrific and there are some sweet moments, but too much is lost
A bold, visceral performance giving the strong script its due.
The style—despite a major cast—might be best described as wooden realism
Everywhere you turn, there’s another Irish play, and each seems better than the last.
A witty as well as funny musical that brought the happy house game.
Victoria Aaliyah Goins shines in a new play by a hot young playwright
No easy answers, no good guys/bad guys; it’s life as we cope with it, only funnier.
Stockard Channing and Hugh Dancy star in this abrasive family drama, an intellectual soap opera aspiring to tragedy.
"King Kong" has arrived on Broadway. The show manages, while not being the greatest musical per se, to be immense and immensely entertaining. The star of the show, the star of the night, is …