In the overstuffed “Isaac’s Eye,” at Ensemble Studio Theatre, playwright Lucas Hnath depicts a 1665 clash between scientists Isaac Newton and Robert Hooke in clichéd modern speech.
The Pasadena Playhouse is accepting submissions for roles in its upcoming Hothouse staged readings series.
“Invisible Man” cast member McKinley Belcher III discusses the value of readings.
Stolen Chair’s “The Man Who Laughs,” an adaptation of a Victor Hugo novel about a freak, is rivetingly rendered by five adept actors in the fashion of a 1920s silent-movie melodrama.
“Non-Equity: The Musical!,” at the Fringe, while more than a bit rough around the edges, is a fairly enjoyable 100 minutes, thanks to its breezy humor and gamely enthusiastic cast.
At the Jimmy Awards, hosted by "Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella's" Laura Osnes and Santino Fontana at the Minskoff Theatre on Monday Night, Sarah Lynn Marion and Taylor Varga took home the top awards.
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.
After a two-year hiatus Vampire Cowboys Theatre Company returns with “Geek!,” Crystal Skillman’s less-than-thrilling new play from Incubator Arts Project set at Dante’s Fire-Con.
Ransone discusses taking on the theater in "Small Engine Repair" at MCC Theater in New York.
“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.