Saori Tsukada and Christopher Oden in Orestia(Photo © Carol Rosegg) Three directors each take on a play from the oldest Greek trilogy in recorded history
The Light in the Piazza
Wayne Wilcox and Celia Keenan-Bolgerin The Light in the Piazza(Photo © Liz Lauren) Over the past few years, the Goodman Theatre has developed several new
G.R. Johnson and Susham Bedi in Kalighat(Photo © David Gochfeld) There are some promising ideas and worthwhile subject matter in w
Christina Kirk and Thomas Jay Ryan in Suitcase(Photo © David Gochfeld) Melissa James Gibson is one of the most original and entertaining new playwrights t
The Mysteries
Michael Potts and Mario Campanaroin The Mysteries(Photo © Dixie Sheridan) The Bible contains some of the most dramatic stories in all of literature but, t
The Kvetching Continues
Arriving onstage at Joe's Pub in a glamorous fur coat, a shiny white turban, and a shimmering black dress, holding a yapping plush toy dog, Jackie Hoffman is ...
Five Flights
Jason Butler Harner, Alice Ripley, andLisa Steindler in Five Flights(Photo © Sandra Coudert) On the fifth day, God created birds. In Adam Bock's quirky ne
The Heiress
Michael Balsley and Kelly Ann Moorein The Heiress Although some people say you can't kill a good play, that's not really true. But it is true that, if an ...
Welcome to My Rash / Third
Bill Grimmette and Kathryn Grody in Welcome to My Rash(Photo © Stan Barouh) A rash that forms a question mark between a middle-age
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Thomas Derrah and Karen MacDonaldin A Midsummer Night's Dream(Photo © Richard Feldman) Is more than a dash of magic too much to as