This playful take on Agatha Christie’s mystery delivers more chuckles than chills.
The best of this viscerally thrilling but interpretively odd take on Shakespeare’s play is very fine indeed.
A terrific cast scores in Nicky Silver’s coruscating, hilarious comedy.
I disagree with many of Sam Gold’s directorial ideas—yet I’ve never seen a production that feels so devastatingly right.
Arin Arbus’s gripping, entertaining production misses some of Thornton Wilder’s humanity.
An improbably delightful adaptation of the grimmest of all English-language dramas.
In this extraordinary sensory experience, the human dimension sometimes fades into the background.
Douglas Williams’ funny, touching play may be the best 90 minutes you’ll spend in a theater this year.
John Pollono’s potentially interesting play is undermined by sitcom shtick.
Every entertaining minute is awash in excess in a show that practically defines “guilty pleasure.”