The Subject Was Roses
Under Leonard Foglia's direction, Bill Pullman and Judith Ivey play Frank D. Gilroy's drama for laughs rather than tears.
With intermittent success, Joanne Camp tackles the title role in the Pearl Theatre Company's production of this classic Greek tragedy.
Marielle Heller and David Chandler in Peninsula (Photo © Monique Carboni) There are plays in which the characters move with marked deliberation, pausing
Almost, Maine
John Cariani's portrait of rural life is sticky sweet and whimsical, but it does have some substance.
What Then
Rinne Groff's imaginative new play is an off-kilter family drama set in a semi-apocalyptic near future.
[w]Hole Photo © Kevin Kennefick [w]HOLE, the latest dance theater piece from the women's troupe Lava, is actually an acronym for the "Whole Histor
Beauty of the Father
Nilo Cruz's touching and sexy new play pays homage to Federico Garcia Lorca.
Candy & Dorothy
Sloane Shelton and Vince Gattonin a promo shot for Candy and Dorothy (Photo © Rahav Segev) If Dorothy Day walked out of your closet and Candy Darling cra
The Little Dog Laughed
Douglas Carter Beane's cynical new play is a thrice-told tale of Hollywood power-wielders.
The Stones
Australia's Zeal Theatre presents a fascinating work based on a true story of two teenagers on trial for manslaughter.