Waterwell's satiric take on the life of the civil rights leader starts off great and then fails to live up to its promise.
Morning Star
Sylvia Regan's 1940 play about a Jewish family in New York is too soap opera-like to be fully satisfying.
Indiscretions and betrayals amongst upper class New Yorkers abound in Nancy Manocherian's tedious dark comedy.
Mirror of the Invisible World
Mary Zimmerman revisits her 1996 work based on a Persian poem with very welcome results.
Sea of Fools
The Purple Rose Theatre's first-rate production of Matt Letscher's farce about Hollywood will leave you laughing.
Williamstown hosts the world premiere of Damian Lanigan's gripping drama set in the world of classical music.
AntiGravity: The 2007 Tour
Even in its best moments, this acrobatic troupe comes off as a poor man's Cirque du Soleil.
Simon Heath's play succeeds in its use of technology, but fails to provide a compelling narrative.
Gone Missing
The Civilians serve up a wildly funny and marvelously inventive meditation on things lost and sometimes found.
Old Acquaintance
Margaret Colin and Harriet Harris shine in John van Druten's still-timely 1940 comedy about friendship.