Back of the Throat
Adeel Akhtar and Jason Guy in Back of the Throat (Photo © Max Ruby) Of all the plays I've seen dealing with the aftermath of September 11, 2001, Back
All's Well That Ends Well
George Morfogen and Kate Forbes in All's Well That Ends Well (Photo © Gerry Goodstein) There is a partial answer to Sigmund Freud
The Seven
Will Power's reworking of the classic Greek tragedy Seven Against Thebes is entertaining and inventive, if a bit intellectually muddled.
Brian Stokes Mitchell and Marin Mazzie in Kismet (Photo © Joan Marcus) Marin Mazzie sure knows how to make an entrance. Fifteen minutes into Kismet
Red Light Winter
Adam Rapp's play about three troubled individuals is full of humor and insight but loses steam in the second act.
The Right Kind of People
Edwin C. Owens, Evan Thompson, Doris Belack and Robert Stanton in The Right Kind of People (Photo © James Leynse) There's much la
David Foley's enthralling new play explores issues of faith, trauma, love, and the (im)possibility of redemption.
Lenny & Lou
Heidi James and David Mogentale in Lenny & Lou (Photo © Robert Adam Mayer) David Mogentale exemplifies a particular brand of New
Confessions of a Mormon Boy
Steven Fales's Fringe Festival hit is less effective in its current Off-Broadway production.
Rabbit Hole
Cynthia Nixon shines in David Lindsay-Abaire's intelligent if surprisingly conventional domestic drama.