Barstool Words, Jihad, Icons and Outcasts
Donovan Patton and Eric Gannin Barstool Words Another theater festival hits New York City in the middle of the slow summer season. The first annual Midtown
Barrett Foa and cast in Godspell On a hazy, humid, 90-degree day, there's nothing more refreshing than seeing a show in the Theater at Saint Peter's--mainly ...
Much Ado About Nothing
J. Richey Nash and David Paluck in theHamptons Shakespeare Festival'sMuch Ado About Nothing. The Hamptons Shakespeare Festival's production of Shakespeare's
Lizbeth of Maplecroft
Cathy Zouves and Debbie Fellas Emma and Lizzie Borden "On a sweltering afternoon in August, Lizzie Borden appeared on her porch and announced to her neighbors tha
She Keeps Time
The two one-acts--one by wordsmith Suzan-Lori Parks and one by director Allison Eve Zell--that have come together to create She Keeps Time at the Mint Theater have some things i
Spinning Into Butter
Hope Davis as Sarah Daniels(Photo: Joan Marcus) There's been a lot of talk about Hope Davis' second-act monologue in Spinning Into Butter. Even if you haven't seen
Eh Joe
Samuel Beckett wanted his plays produced strictly according to very few, but very specific, stage directions. He was so adamant about this that he occasionally use
Spooky Dog and the Teen-age Gang Mysteries
Spooky Dog and his teen pals You might not have been fully aware of it when you were a tot, but you always knew something wasn't quite right about that Scooby
The Man Who Came to Dinner
Nathan Lane inThe Man Who Came to Dinner(Photo: Joan Marcus) When George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart wrote and then Kaufman directed The Man Who Came to Dinner
Two tall, handsome, virile men, Brian (Christopher Sieber) and Tom (Scott Ferrara), stand in a rectory awaiting a few words with their Catholic priest, Father Raymond (Alan Campbell)...