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.
Lenny His Own Words
Jason Fisher as Lenny Bruce Photo © Doug Kuntz Jason Fisher does a mean Lenny Bruce impression: He smokes his cigarette as if he cannot be bothered, or doesn't
Dr. Dolittle
Tommy Tune directs and stars in the revamped touring production of this family-friendly musical.
Separating the Men from the Bull
This series of comic sketches exploring male relationships is intermittently funny and occasionally insightful.
The Well-Appointed Room
In this two-part play, Richard Greenberg deals with career anxiety and other forms of fear.
Bridge & Tunnel
Sarah Jones's solo show is just as vibrant and exciting on Broadway as it was downtown.
A Moon for the Misbegotten
Kathleen McNenny and Andrew McCarthy in A Moon for the Misbegotten (Photo © Michael Mancuso) Eugene O' Neill wrote poetry in addition to his plays, but h