A muddy script and uneven performances sidetrack this intriguing play
The touring performance artists are familiar but still fun
Neil Simon's autobiographical play goes behind the scenes of a '50s comedy show
Bringing out the humor and the menace in Pinter's play
Hairspray, Doubt, On the Spectrum, and more
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A sad curtain call as Skinner embarks on new journey
A new lady has caught the Purple One's eye. Gossip time!
Playwright Lisa D'Amour organizes a mosquito beauty pageant
Arthur Miller's 'Resurrection Blues' nails society's sins
A comedy troops through middle America
A pageant of stereotypes and a showcase of caddishness
A Small Cadre of Theater Artists Prove the Value of Company
Mary Worth stages a triumph of evil with Clive Barker's The History of the Devil
The Ministry of Cultural Warfare issues a manifesto for revolutionary sketch comedy: If all art is political, stay away from lousy politics
Park Square Theatre has a political awakening with the rabble-rousing Born Yesterday
Chez Pierre serves a feast of comic clowning; Leitmotif's cast makes the most of dramatic table scraps
Sam Shepard flails; Aurora Fire flames; Burning House Group fabulates
The Jungle Theater sends Salvador Dali through a looking glass in Lobster Alice; 15 Head presents Dracula as a messenger of modern anxiety
Luigi Pirandello's mystifying swan song, The Mountain Giants, ponders the stature of the artist
Outward Spiral stages a play about ennui and killings in Canada
Thirty-four years ago, LeRoi Jones's Dutchman sent American race relations careening on a New York subway. Where's the end of the line?
Good times: Canewell (Russel Andrews) and Floyd Barton (David Alan Anderson) dream of bringing the blues to Chicago in August Wilson's Seven Guitars
Truth or Consequences: Melinda Kordich and Nancy Gormley in Conversations About Hannah.
Park Square players: Executive director Stephen Lockwood and artistic director Richard Cook.
Orpheum Theatre Manager Fred Krohn has a contract with the city requiring that he book only union shows. Yet when he brought in the non-Equity 42nd St., the city looked the other way.
You Can Shoot Your Friends, You Can Shoot Your Nose, But You Can't Shoot Your Friend's Nose: Patrick Henning and Bob Beverage in Duel.
Fences playwright August Wilson