Miss Julie
Anders Cato's staging of this Strindberg classic makes the sexuality of the piece overt, yet there's less passion here than might be expected.
Henry Flamethrowa
Yvonne Woods and Tim Daly in Henry Flamethrowa (Photo © George McLaughlin) One can easily understand why producers are interested
Memory House
This imperfect but quietly resonant play concerns a mother's relationship to her adopted daughter.
Garth Wingfield's compelling play about aviator Charles Lindbergh reveals the complexities of a fascinating historical figure.
The Pull of Negative Gravity
Lee Haven-Jones inThe Pull of Negative Gravity(Photo © Geraint Lewis) During World War I, it was known as shell shock. By the Vietnam War, the more polite
Daniel Fish's eight-actor treatment of this classic is an absolute must-see for Shakespeare lovers.
Anna Christie
Sara Surrey and Kevin Tighe in Anna Christie (Photo © Scott Suchman) Could Eugene O'Neill's Anna Christie be one of the 20
Tom Hewitt and Sam Waterston in Travesties (Photo © T. Charles Erickson) In the program for The Long Wharf Theatre's supremely silly and lovable treatme
The Apple Tree
Kristin Chenoweth does a tour de force in the Encores! presentation of this 1966 musical with songs by Bock and Harnick.
Drat! The Cat!
In the gallery of 1960s musical megaflops, one title has always aroused special curiosity. Drat! the Cat! opened at the Martin Beck on October 10, 1965 and ...