Del Shores ("Sordid Lives") knew that he needed to make his play "Southern Baptist Sissies" into a film, and on a budget, he created something inventive—a film of the play.
At the Antaeus Company George Bernard Shaw’s controversial classic “Mrs. Warren’s Profession” gets a new lease on life by focusing on how little has changed in the last 120 years.
At Long Beach Playhouse, Adam Seidel’s striking black comedy “Catching the Butcher,” about the inner life of a serial killer, is brilliant and funny but not frivolous.
A new documentary about the legendary Stritch is currently conducting an online fundraising campaign for its final phase of production.
Vanessa Redgrave and Jesse Eisenberg make a terrific team in “The Revisionist,” produced by Rattlestick Playwrights Theater at the intimate, historic Cherry Lane Theatre.
Kirsten Greenidge’s time-spanning “Luck of the Irish,” from LCT3/Lincoln Center Theater, is an astute play about race and class in 20th-century America with top-notch performances.
The production will chronicle the life of Brooklyn-born King, who worked her way into the record business as a teenager and would go on to write some of the most popular songs in rock ‘n’ roll history.
Lauren Molina who stars in "Nobody Loves You" at Second Stage chats about the differences between revivals and new work, crazy auditions, and taking off her clothes onstage.
Writer-performer Colman Domingo’s convoluted new play “Wild With Happy,” at the Public Theater, plays on stereotypes and has little if any coherent dramatic structure.
Julie Kramer’s “The Best of Everything,” based on Rona Jaffe’s novel of the same name, avoids camp for an unflinching look at 1950s sexual mores.