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?
James Ijames’ powerful play and Blanka Zizka’s fabulously theatrical staging must be seen.
A nearly-lost gem of a play gets a glowing revival by the gifted Philadelphia Artists Collective.
An odd play in an idiosyncratic production. But when Tina Brock is onstage, the world is lit by lightning.
The Bearded Ladies’ show can be seen as a microcosm of the best and worst of Fringe.
Some fine acting enlivens Irish Heritage Theatre’s production, but the show is punching above its weight.
In positive and negative ways, this bold production idea proves surprisingly smooth sailing.
Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s energetic production makes a good case for the play without solving all its problems.
The crown may be hollow, but here it seems weightless.