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.”
A beautiful production and a reminder of what brought many of us to opera in the first place.
Lee Coffey’s virtuoso play is a sobering glimpse of a world we don’t often see on stage.
Lots of talk, and ultimately not much heat.
Idiopathic Ridiculopathy’s little gem of a show has something profound to offer.
What happens when a feel-good musical becomes a source of controversy?
This gorgeous, provocative production reimagines the play from the inside out.
This story of black sisters born in the 19th Century feels itself to belong to another time.
These idiosyncratic, often illuminating productions now at McCarter register in surprising ways.