Sophocles' Electra
Jennifer Mendenhall in Sophocles' Electra(Photo © Christopher O. Banks) Over the course of its two-decade history, MetroStage has
A Streetcar Named Desire
Edward Hall's production makes Tennessee Williams' astonishing play seem like a precursor to The Honeymooners.
Paul Weitz's intriguing but uneven new play centers on two brothers whose father is accused of insider trading.
Slag Heap
This shock-and-awe play about British prostitutes starts off with a bang but ends with a whimper.
SIDES: The Fear Is Real...
Rodney To and Hoon Lee in SIDES: The Fear Is Real... Photo © Brian Barenio A poor man's version of Christopher Durang's The Ac
David Finkle on the revival of David Rabe's Hurlyburly, which has just re-opened at the new 37 Arts Theatre.
The Baker's Wife
The Paper Mill Playhouse production of this problematic but frequently stunning musical must be seen and heard.
A Picasso
Jeffrey Hatcher's play about Picasso in Nazi-occupied Paris explores issues of artistic inspiration and censorship.
Snake in Fridge
Matthew J. Nichols and Christian Felix in Snake in Fridge (Photo © Michael Wakefield) Brad Fraser's Snake in Fridge contains a number of provoca
The Light in the Piazza
Adam Guettel has supplied a generous number of jubilant songs for his adaptation of Elizabeth Spencer's 1960 novella.