The Waiting Room
The Negro Ensemble Company production of Samm-Art Williams' new play keeps its audience laughing even during its more unbelievable moments.
Tea and Sympathy
Keen Company makes a strong case for Robert Anderson's 1953 play about a young man who's harassed for his perceived homosexuality.
Widowers' Houses
The Epic Theatre's updated version of George Bernard Shaw' s play is earnest but unsatisfying.
This initial American offering by ths Israeli performance troupe Mayumana is extremely musical, wildly theatrical, and great fun.
Moby Dick - Rehearsed
Reviving Orson Welles' dramatization of Herman Melville's classic novel proves to be a daunting task.
Defender of the Faith
Stuart Carolan's play about the Irish Troubles is well done and emotionally distressing.
Talk Radio
Liev Schreiber completely inhabits the role of an abusive radio show host in the highly entertaining revival of Eric Bogosian's 1987 play.
King Hedley II
Signature's revival of August Wilson's drama has the same strengths and weaknesses as the play's 2001 Broadway production.
Where's Poppa?
This stage version of the offensively funny film ends up more like a sitcom.
Prelude to a Kiss
The Roundabout's revival of Craig Lucas' offbeat romantic comedy is, for better and for worse, pleasant.