Our intrepid dispatcher jumps from “Untitled Play About Brecht’s Girlfriends & Boyfriend and Wife” to “Mickey & Sage”
Writer-director Tina Satter’s impressive “Seagull (Thinking of you),” in P.S. 122’s Coil Festival, is a distilled contemporary homage to the emotional chaos that informs Chekhov.
In “For Love,” at the Irish Repertory Theatre, actor-playwright Laoisa Sexton chronicles the messy romantic lives of three Dublin women with raunchy wit and quirky details.
P.J. Griffith is preparing to master the Public Theater's stage in the new musical, based on the book by Edna Ferber about a wealthy Texas landowner. Griffith originated the role at the Dallas Theater Center earlier this year.
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.
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.
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.
Celebrating the solo genre, the fourth annual festival and its 121 shows have something for every taste.
Lyle Kessler’s new play “Collision,” from the Amoralists at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, starts strongly as a black comedy about American rage but devolves into dank melodrama.
“Working,” a 1978 musical of Studs Terkel’s nonfiction book, conceived by Stephen Schwartz, has been extensively revised by director Gordon Greenberg for Prospect Theater Company.