An almost wholly misguided musical adaptation of the Maysles Brothers' documentary masterpiece.
A group of Seattle actors rehearsed the Chekhov classic for nine months, and the result is extraordinary.
This ambitious production doesn't always live up to its lofty goals.
Two one-act plays from opposite ends of Harold Pinter's career are given impressive stagings.
A sharply written, if ultimately slight, farce from the comedian and Daily Show contributor.
A sitcom of a musical, livened by a game ensemble.
This adaptation of James M. Cain’s crime novel nails the off-kilter cadence but misses the pulpy atmosphere of truly great noir.
Balances broad comedy and complex emotional heartbreak with aplomb.
Sparkling dialogue and authentic characterizations lead Yussef El Guindi's new play.
The annoyances of the big city are enough to drive somebody crazy around here.