Adam Scott Mazer’s dynamic, but overly gory post-apocalyptic thriller seems to achieve its goal of being an R-rated “action” play with a few gestures toward big ideas about human nature.
Television legend Ed Asner discusses his return to Broadway in "Grace," starring Paul Rudd, Michael Shannon, and Kate Arrington.
Elaine Stritch, Edward Albee, Ellen Adler, Kate Mulgrew, and Howard Shalwitz honored the life and work of Stella Adler in a panel on Monday night.
In spite of a weak design, solid performances still stand out in A Noise Within’s production of Shakespeare’s problem play.
In an admirable effort to help reduce the stigma of being different, Casa 0101’s 2nd Annual Brown and Out Festival features 11 original short plays celebrating L.A.’s Latino LGBTQ population, but with mixed results.
In an exuberant production by New York Shakespeare Exchange, Kevin Brewer’s “Island; Or to Be or Not to Be” is both a sendup and an appreciation of what makes Shakespeare’s work so enduring.
Brian Nelson’s well-crafted, genuinely laugh-inducing black comedy is just the latest new script to receive a thoroughly entertaining production by the small but mighty Chance Theater company.
Michael McGrath, who won a 2012 Tony Award for his performance in "Nice Work If You Can Get It," is still amazed by Len Cariou's performance in "Sweeney Todd."
This staging of Maxwell Anderson’s rarely produced 1933 drama concerning a House Appropriations Committee tug-of-war is an engaging ensemble piece with startling parallels to 2012 politics. Especially recommended for Civics class geeks.
At Crown City Theatre Company, director Gary Lamb updates J.B. Priestley’s clever melodrama about the danger of refusing to let sleeping dogs lie.