Both play and production are honorable but flawed, though signs are positive for the Philadelphia Theatre Company.
Curio’s homerun production breathes new life into a turgid melodrama.
Dominique Morisseau’s meaty, thought-provoking play gets a terrific production at McCarter.
Inis Nua’s Scottish import teeters between grim uncertainty and twinkly charm.
There’s little here about love, but the show suggests that obsession lasts forever.
An important but rarely produced American play gets a reboot from a South African company.
In this enchanting show, the second act is the charm.
A winning evening with local artists telling powerful and eclectic stories.
Seen here, Edith Wharton’s bitingly brilliant novel looks elegant, lovely, and largely inert.
Tom Stoppard hurls his cleverness like a javelin. But wouldn’t a truly smart play be about things that matter?