So much doctrine; so little insight.
Seeing this exercise in naval-gazing on the eve of impeachment feels like the theatrical equivalent of fiddling while Rome burns.
Director Jamie Lloyd and a strong trio of actors puncture the pomposity of Harold Pinter’s adultery drama.
Although I saw this provocative production a month ago, I continue to think about it.
Within minutes, something wonderful happened, and none of my reservations mattered.
The flame of Charles Ludlam and his Ridiculous Theatrical Company is fanned here by the great Everett Quinton.
Cameron Kelsall and David Fox share morning-after thoughts on this year’s awards.
This production, with a miscast pair of boldface names, can’t withstand the light of day.
Director Terry Kinney blows up Sam Shepard’s great play and can’t put it back together again.
Is Jesse Eisenberg’s bumpy play camp…or something entirely different? Critics David Fox and Cameron Kelsall discuss.