Fahrenheit 451
The Godlight Theater Company presents Ray Bradbury's dramatization of his hugely prophetic novel.
The Man From Nebraska
Tracy Letts's play about a man's spiritual crisis is often unbelievable and sometimes boring, despite exemplary performances by Brian Kerwin and Kathy Baker.
Raúl Esparza and cast in Company(Photo © Sandy Underwood) Director John Doyle's thrilling new interpretation of the Stephen
Children of a Lesser God
Alexandra Wailes and Jeffry Denman in Children of a Lesser God (Photo © Theresa Squires) The Bratters aren't the only troubled on
A Night in November
The Irish Arts Center's revival of this one-man play about religious intolerance is extremely powerful.
Monty Python's Spamalot
This Tony-winning show remains amusing on tour, though only some of the cast members properly fill their predecessors' shoes.
Entertaining Mr. Sloane
Scott Ellis's revival of Joe Orton's subversive satire is content to be, for better or worse, entertaining.
A strong cast can't save this misbegotten musical adaptation of Herman Hesse's Siddhartha
Ring of Fire
Richard Maltby, Jr. has concocted a show that Cash-es in on the catalogue of an iconic songwriter.
Julie Danao-Salkin and James Matthew Ryan in Savages (Photo © Jim Baldassare) Following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, first-time playwr