Jez Butterworth’s epochal play provokes feelings of exhilaration and mourning.
Anthony Lawton’s adaptation takes a familiar tale and electrifyingly gives it new life.
Bryan Cranston’s brilliant performance aside, this adaptation proves even more problematic than the original film.
A pair of current productions of A Doll’s House, Part 2 find very different qualities in Lucas Hnath’s cheeky sequel.
Take my yeast—please!
The 1812 Productions’ team on how and why they make funny in the Age of Trump.
Philly’s love affair with this superb actor has never been more heartfelt.
Director Alexander Burns’ sometimes imaginative rethinking cannot redeem Lionel Bart’s awful musical.
This glossy but glib production is enjoyable but adds little of substance to Ibsen’s original.
This frantic, antic production doesn’t illuminate Anne Washburn’s poignant satire.