A Safe Harbor for Elizabeth Bishop
American poet Elizabeth Bishop's life should make for an engaging one-woman show; unfortunately, Marta Góes's play is not it.
In this smart, funny, and imaginative play, Lisa Kron simultaneously celebrates and deconstructs stage conventions.
The God Committee
Mark St. Germain offers up a provocative drama about doctors deciding who will receive a donated heart.
Terra C. MacLeod and cast in Chicago(Photo © Paul Kolnik) That the John Kander-Fred Ebb-Bob Fosse musical Chicago is a grea
Kendra Kassebaum is a delightful Glinda in the national tour of the blockbuster Broadway musical.
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Tina Landau comes up with a new interpretation of this Shakespeare comedy for the McCarter Theatre and the Paper Mill Playhouse.
Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris
Robert Cuccioli, Gay Marshall, Rodney Hicks, and Natascia Diaz in Jacques Brel... (Photo © Carol Rosseg) Jacques Brel, the writer, is not actually alive
In this unusual new work, Kelly Cooper and Pavol Liska use ancient Greek texts to comment on the war in Iraq.
Mercy on the Doorstep
Gip Hoppe's new play is often predictable and melodramatic, but it does have moments of poignancy.
The Lord of the Rings
Peter Howe, James Loye, and Michael Therriault in The Lord of the Rings (Photo ©Manuel Harlan) What does it say about a show w