The best of this viscerally thrilling but interpretively odd take on Shakespeare’s play is very fine indeed.
Deborah Zoe Laufer’s play begins and ends well, but groans under a surfeit of issues.
At Lantern Theater, a great actress shines as Shaw’s bewitching anti-heroine.
Naomi Iizuka’s complex play, in a visually beautiful production, is a mixed bag.
In my crankier moods, I think “one-person play” is an oxymoron. I’ve seen plenty, and some have been delightful – The Belle […]
In science and theater, timing matters. British DNA researcher Dr. Rosalind Franklin’s early death – at 37, from ovarian cancer – is […]
The great thing about Doubt, John Patrick Shanley’s slender but effective drama about child abuse in the church, is that our sympathies […]