Afia Fields’ one-woman show “I’m Dop3!,” at Elephant Studio Theatre, tells the powerful story of the challenges she has faced as the survivor of a deadly house fire.
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.
Lee Pace, who is starring in "Golden Age" Off-Broadway, says Joe Mantello gives a "master class" in acting in "The Normal Heart."
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.
Shelia Callaghan’s “Port Out, Starboard Home,” at La MaMa, in which assorted misfits embark on a luxury cruise with a top-secret group ritual, effectively creates a sense of dread.
The Tony-winning play will transfer to Off-Broadway's New World Stages this spring.
Novelist Sonia Levitin’s “Surviving Mama,” at Edgemar Center for the Arts, is a well-meaning memory play in dire need of a script doctor to turn it into viable dramatic literature.
Cusi Cram's new world premiere play, about the horrors of the atom bomb, benefits from a good performance by Aaron Roman Weiner but suffers mightily from misguided direction.
Edward Albee, Judith Malina, and John Clancy spoke to independent theater artists at the Living Theatre in NYC to introduce "nickel" fundraising plan.
Elisabeth Gray’s undeniably appealing solo show “Southern Discomfort” has yet to discover what it is that makes it stand out from every other actor-generated one-person piece.