The Paris Letter
Playwright Jon Robin Baitz, labeled "promising" in the early '80s, continues to fulfill that promise.
Mark Twain Tonight!
Hal Holbrook continues to bring one of most America's superlative humorists to life, 39 years after receiving a Tony Award for his winning impersonation.
Screen Play
A.R. Gurney's consistently clever and frequently uproarious one-act marks his third collaboration with the ever-edgy Flea Theater.
EST Marathon 2005: Series B
Grant Shaud in "Love is Deaf"(Photo © Carol Rosegg) An all-new Love, American Style show hasn't been aired since 1974, when ABC dropped the seri
Matthew Boston and Brennan Brownin Disconnect (Photo by © Nick Andrews) There are many lessons to be learned from going to the theater, such as: Be very
Someone Who'll Watch Over Me
The Sounding Theatre Company has assembled a very capable cast and crew for its production of this Frank McGuinness play.
The cast of Falsettos(Photo © T. Charles Erickson) Quick, name a through-sung show that is considerably greater in quality than th
After the Night and the Music
David Finkle reviews this new program of one-act plays by Elaine May, Mike Nichols' erstwhile partner in comedy.
Julia Cho's play concerns a 14-year-old who considers her Asian face and figure a detriment.
EST Marathon 2005: Series A
The annual short-play festival features more heavyweight authors than usual this year.