Here, in the original “Room Where It Happens,” nothing interesting happened.
Jennifer Haley’s gripping play is part cyber-thriller, part character study, part science fiction.
In Rick Elice’s clever, energetic play, some of the heart and soul get lost.
Rebecca Wright’s beautiful production finds the essence of Shaw’s gorgeous, unwieldy play.
Though a self-consciously clever production sometimes threatens to derail An Octoroon, an excellent cast and Brandon Jacobs-Jenkins’ brilliant script carry the day.
In this gripping production, one of August Wilson’s less frequently produced plays looks instead like one of his greatest.
Director Jack O’Brien gives us the show in glorious technicolor, while masterfully finding some darker undertones.
In what might be a cautionary tale, two promisingly edgy shows slide to big three network pablum levels.
Forget the 1939 movie — this deconstructed, provocative production will have you thinking about the play as never before.
There’s more than a hint of young adult fiction to Emma Goidel’s play, but the right audiences will enjoy it.