Spalding Gray: Stories Left to Tell
This tribute to the famed autobiographical performer is both hilarious and moving.
Romance / Romance
Matt and Jessica Bogart shine in the Paper Mill revival of this 1988 Broadway chamber musical, but the theater is too big for the show.
My Trip to Al-Qaeda
Lawrence Wright's first-hand account of his search for information about global terrorism is fascinating, but could be more theatrical.
Bill W. and Dr. Bob
This new play about the founders of Alcoholics Anonymous is crudely constructed but undeniably sincere.
Dying City
Christopher Shinn's new play is engrossing, with very fine work by stars Pablo Schreiber and Rebecca Brooksher.
The Cave Dwellers
The Pearl wrests a fair amount of authenticity out of William Saroyan's coarse, creaky, and overly simplistic drama.
The Attic
The Play Company's presentation of Japanese playwright Yoji Sakate's darkly comic play is occasionally effective, but doesn't quite cohere.
Daniel Radcliffe and Will Kemp in Equus(© Alastair Muir) Excellence can sometimes be present within a setting of general mediocrity. Though the revival of
To the Lighthouse
This stage adaptation of Virginia Woolf's groundbreaking 1927 novel simply cannot overcome its built-in obstacles.
Los Angeles
Julian Sheppard's play at the Flea makes the now-familiar descent into Hollywood debauchery seem fresh and engaging.