Stefanie Zadravec takes a clear-eyed look at stark elemental matters in “Save Me,” a straightforward examination of a splintered family facing a sudden crisis, at the Barrow Group.
“Women of Will,” at the Gym at Judson, playwright-actor Tina Packer’s enlightening and delightful survey of Shakespeare’s female characters, could nevertheless stand less lecturing.
Director/writer/performer Ben Rimalower shares how he turned his obsession with Patti LuPone into a hit one-man show.
“Reid Farrington’s A Christmas Carol” is a stylish and funny remix of Dickens’ classic, with Everett Quinton’s Scrooge haunted by the digital ghosts of nearly 40 film versions.
More examination of Molière than scripted event, California Repertory Company’s “Tartuffe Lab,” directed by Eberhard Koehler, is a rollicking, hugely original freeform grab bag.
CSA nominates CDs Bernard Telsey, Tara Rubin, Jim Carnahan, Francine Maisler, and more for 2012 awards honoring excellence in casting for theater, film, and television.
This has been a remarkable journey, which I hope is only the beginning as “Timmy The Great” has a wonderfully universal story. I am blessed with a wonderful cast, a wonderful show, and having a wonderful time.
“Dukus,” Target Margin’s largely successful reworking at the Brick of a 1925 play about a duke who converts to Judaism and embraces martyrdom, is nonrealistic and savagely comic.
“Son of a Gun,” Firebone Theatre’s melodramatic musical about a son and his father, boasts mellifluous melodies by Don Chaffer but his book and lyrics come across as contrived.
Ransone discusses taking on the theater in "Small Engine Repair" at MCC Theater in New York.