Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All
Ellen Burstyn inOldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All(Photo © Joan Marcus) Allan Gurganus's 1989 novel Oldest Confederate Widow Tells All is 70
Where We're Born
Sara Surrey and Marin Ireland in Where We're Born(Photo © Sandra Coudert) Although there's no indication in Lucy Thurber's impress
Encores! Bash
Jason Danieley and Laura Benantiin the Encores! Bash(Photo © Joan Marcus) In addition to its annual presentations of three vintage musicals in staged conc
Anna in the Tropics
Daphne Rubin-Vega and Jimmy Smitsin Anna in the Tropics(Photo © Joan Marcus) Maybe the members of the Pulitzer Prize committee for plays are cigar smokers
As You Like It
Rebecca Hall, Joseph Millson and cast in As You Like It(Photo © Nobby Clark) In a spate of pre-opening interviews about his decisi
Euan Morton as Boy George in Taboo(Photo © Joan Marcus) Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Ira Gammerman made quick work of the Rosie O'Donnell case when he
Bright Ideas
Orlagh Cassidy, Paul Fitzgerald, and Seana Kofoed in Bright Ideas(Photo © Dixie Sheridan) When you write an unsuccessful play and
Adam Rapp Festival
Nocturne(Photo © Steve Hankins) Playwright Adam Rapp does a fascinating if uneven job of giving voice to the lives of disassociate
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
Kerry O'Malley and Deven Mayin A Tree Grows in Brooklyn(Photo © Diane Sobolewski) When an outfit such as the Goodspeed Opera House announces a "revisal" o
Fame on 42nd Street
The cast of Fame on 42nd Street(Photo © Carol Rosegg) We're living in the boldface-name age, an era when people are famous for bei