EST Marathon 2006: Series B
One-act plays by such stalwarts as David Mamet, Will Eno, and Julia Cho all disappoint.
Private Peaceful
Although this one-person show about the injustices of war doesn't break new ground, it's indisputably powerful.
EST Marathon 2006: Series A
The Ensemble Studio Theatre's annual one-act series kicks off with David Ives's elegantly mysterious The Other Woman, plus three lesser pieces.
Dark Yellow
Julia Jordan's new drama at Studio Dante keeps the audience guessing about its characters' motivations.
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
The Arden Theatre Company tackles this hilarious musical with mixed results.
Lee Evans: Same World, Different Planet
The British comedian's physical prowess can't make up for his tired observations.
A very talented cast is showcased in the La Jolla Playhouse's world premiere musical based on Boris Pasternak's epic novel.
The Duchess of Malfi
Michael Halberstam's production of this Jacobean tragedy is ambitious and intelligent but lacks passion.
This uneven work about the Columbine massacre features some powerful moments but lacks complexity.
Love's Labour's Lost
Nicholas Martin serves up a stylish staging of one of Shakespeare's lesser comedies.