Reviews

The Second Tosca
Tom Rowan's play about backstage goings-on at an opera company is often entertaining but is overstuffed with dialogue and characters.
The Play's the Thing
Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey gives Ferenc Molnar's soufflé-like comedy an invigorating production.
10 Million Miles
Grammy Award winner Patty Griffin's songs are put to ineffective use in this new musical about a road trip.
Pirates!
Paper Mill concludes its season with this beautifully sung, modernized adaptation of The Pirates of Penzance.
Jump/Rope
John Kuntz's comedic thriller about three gay men has plenty of wit and dark humor.
The Butcher of Baraboo
Playwright Marisa Wegryzn exhibits a compelling and idiosyncratic voice in this macabre and often hilarious play.
From Riverdale to Riverhead
Anastasia Traina's play about a dysfunctional family on a car trip grates on the nerves.
In a Dark Dark House
Frederick Weller gives a superb performance in Neil LaBute's provocative if overly ambiguous play about child abuse.
Rabbit
Nina Raine's play about a troubled father-daughter relationship has pitch-perfect dialogue, but there's less here than meets the ear.
Intimate Exchanges
Alan Ayckbourn's epic work of 16 different plays is both hilarious and insightful.