Sealed for Freshness
Doug Stone's comedy about a Tupperware party is as airless and plastic as the product it talks about.
Journey's End
David Grindley's revival of R.C. Sherriff's play about Brits in World War I is explosive.
Oliver Twist
Neil Bartlett's delightful stage adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic casts off the novel's sentimental goo.
Eden Espinosa and Megan Hilty give strong performances in the Los Angeles sit-down production of the hit Broadway musical.
Mary Rose
The Vineyard gives J.M Barrie's tantalizing drama an intriguing and entertaining production.
The Oresteia
David Johnston's adaptation provides a few welcome laughs, but the humor occasionally undermines the dramatic heft of the material.
The Coast of Utopia Part Three: Salvage
The melancholy coda to Tom Stoppard's ambitious trilogy bows at last.
The Madras House
A sleek cast enlivens the Mint Theatre's solid production of Harley Granville Barker's four-act drama.
Marat / Sade
The Classical Theatre of Harlem does a mostly commendable job with Peter Weiss' notorious and notoriously difficult drama.
Judy Collins at the Café Carlyle
The legendary singer's engagement showcases her uniquely bright, crystalline voice and superb interpretive skills.