Playwright-actor Suzanna Geraghty’s one-woman show “Auditions, Zoe’s Auditions Part 2,” at the Drilling Company Theater as part of the 1st Irish Festival, amusingly conveys the desperation of an aspiring actor.
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.
On Thursday, Backstage spoke with the stars on the red carpet of the "Cyrano de Bergerac" Broadway opening.
Our intrepid dispatcher jumps from “Untitled Play About Brecht’s Girlfriends & Boyfriend and Wife” to “Mickey & Sage”
“Pocahontas, and/or America,” at the Bushwick Starr, is a charming mess of a show that relies upon a homespun aesthetic to examine the role of Native Americans in popular culture.
At the Fountain Theatre Virginia Newcomb and Dan Shaked sensitively portray two autistic people in Ken LaZebnik’s “On the Spectrum,” which owes a small debt to “The Miracle Worker.”
Athenian dramatist Euripides turns amateur sleuth in “The Rock of Abandon,” Stephen Blackburn’s erudite mash-up of ancient Greek history and film noir from Fierce Backbone.
In the Fringe show “My Date With Troy Davis,” the engaging Daniel Glenn considers such philosophical concerns as comparative moralities and the worth of human life with flair.
Brian Friel's "Lovers" is a typically depressing Irish play about two couples on the brink of new relationships in a well-staged, though ultimately boring, production by director Drew Barr for The Actors Company Theatre.
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.