Pulitzer Prize finalist Rajiv Joseph’s heated two-hander “The North Pool” explores our preconceptions of others in the Vineyard’s well-acted, generally well-paced production.
Billed as a “darkly comic thriller,” Robert Massey’s “Rank,” a tale of Dublin taxi drivers and racketeers, at Odyssey Theatre, is neither noir nor funny, despite good acting.
Lisa D’Amour’s “Detroit,” at Playwrights Horizons, gets under your skin and stays there, addressing the America of the Great Recession with an exhilaratingly original perspective.
Television legend Ed Asner discusses his return to Broadway in "Grace," starring Paul Rudd, Michael Shannon, and Kate Arrington.
There’s a “Wayne’s World” inanity in “Elephant Room,” from Center Theatre Group, with three infectiously silly performers executing impressive magic tricks. But is it theater?
I have learned many truths since founding Shakespeare Behind Bars in Kentucky in 1995, bringing art, theater, and the works of William Shakespeare into correctional facilities.
"Glee" cast members will perform L.A. students' scripts at The Biggest Show 2012, organized by the Young Storytellers Foundation.
Red Shirt Entertainment and Foundation Rwanda will host a benefit event on Monday, March 18, at Three Jewels in Manhattan's East Village.
A charge of long-ago sexual abuse triggers the action of Amy Herzog’s “The Great God Pan,” a moving and unsettling look at the nature of identity, from Playwrights Horizons.
Frankie Johnson and Eric Thomas Johnson have imagined a hilarious, darkly campy version of what happens after “The Sound of Music” in the Fringe musical “The Hills Are Alive!”