With ineptitudes removed, just another drippy musical
Four critics on the theaters they most like attending. And the ones not so much.
From undervalued plays and underfunded companies, 10 years of freewheeling joy
The 53rd time is yet another charm
Lorca, London, and the Beatles: the doyenne playwright's new work
The theater district gets its own Twelfth Night, complete with kings bearing gifts
Marathon display of the ancient art and variegated pleasures of the one-act
Judges from the last five decades pay homage to the productions and artists they'll never forget
He Made All That Happened to Him a Transcendent Experience
Sallie Wilson Follows in Anthony Tudor's Footsteps
The State of Black Theater in New York
Despite a yearlong retrospective, John Guare wants to be a playwright of the present tense
Should American Actors Flee a Muddled, Unrewarding Profession?