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Like its plot and character development, the Rainbow Kiss is MIA.
F. Murray Abraham as a hilarious, thundering Jehovah in Ethan Coen's first Off-Broadway play.
Allen E. Read's voice is enough reason to see this version of the inspiring story of a disfigured teenager, with songs by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil.
Churchill's writing drops like a sinker on the end of a fishing line. She is direct and determined.
Nothing gets in the way of the glow from Sarah Ruhl's squirrelly little mind. The plot is all in the title.
A mysterious printing press predicts the future, but to no avail.
Mentorship, gays, parents, and John Glover in a powerful and funny play.
A famous statue of a dying Gaul inspires a play about grief, Hollywood, infidelity, and murderous impulses.
The subject is Iraq, and the "heroes" are the achingly young, ill-educated lads who wind up in the British army ranks.
First-rate performances enliven this production of Richard Greenberg's twist on Henry James's tale of a Catskills heiress.
Scott Bakula climbs on the bandwagon but dances in the dark.
It takes a special council of the heavies of faerydom to figure out how to set things right.
A terrific revival of the musical based on James Joyce's story.
Trouble in the new South Africa.
A gifted writer locks himself in his apartment and creates worlds from within.
Leopold and Loeb sing for their supper.
Sadness never leaves. Happiness does.
Sheer physicality and a maritime motif heighten James Black's portrayal of Shakespeare's greatest villain, Iago.
Elvis is all shook up in Los Angeles.
A splendid new production of two forgotten masterworks from the Holocaust at the LA Opera.