Lope de Vega’s “Fuenteovejuna” has been considered a classic Spanish drama for nearly 400 years, but Repertorio Español’s wrong-headed, severely cut production doesn’t show us why.
Columbia University and Jean Kennedy Smith announced playwrights Dan O’Brien and Robert Schenkkan as the inaugural winners of the Edward M. Kennedy Prize for Drama Inspired by American History.
Francine Volpe’s new drama “The Good Mother,” at the New Group, is convoluted and uninvolving, save for Mark Blum’s hypnotically fascinating turn as a troubled therapist.
National Asian American Theatre Company’s surrealistic adaptation of August Strindberg’s depressing 1907 “A Dream Play” leavens its negativity with visual treats and snappy humor.
“Black Women: State of the Union—Taking Flight,” at Katselas Theatre Company, is an uneven mix of six new plays, presented by a talented ensemble with personal urgency and passion.
The Creative Collection’s production of Craig Wright’s “Orange Flower Water,” which depicts the shattering effect of adultery on families, is diminished by a few weak performances.
The purpose of the workshop is to create “a learning environment for members to experiment, take risks and learn from moderators and other participants,” according to a press release.
Lee Pace, who is starring in "Golden Age" Off-Broadway, says Joe Mantello gives a "master class" in acting in "The Normal Heart."
In conveying the fascinating events behind the creation of the atomic bomb, Jonathan Alexandratos’ the Fringe show “Chain Reaction” unfortunately never settles on a tone.
The stars of "Bring It On" discuss making their Broadway debuts in the musical written by Jeff Whitty, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Tom Kitt, and Amanda Green.