Things were quite airy last night thanks to director Keith Merrill's staged reading of Star Quality, using the original script of Noel Coward's very last play, at Lincoln Center's Bruno Walter Auditorium. My dazzling schedule permitted me to see the first half, which was wispy and rather talky--not ... More >>
At the Irish Rep, romantic comedy gets a little Nietzsche
Plus, the return of Another American: Asking and Telling
The Lincoln Center Festival brings high art to the harbor
In '07, I was asked to be the narrator for an evening of two George Bernard Shaw one-acters, as part of Project Shaw's ongoing series, which organizer David Staller shrewdly studs with press people in key roles. I'd done this before, playing a brief part in Androcles and the Lion and didn't embarras ... More >>
Marathon display of the ancient art and variegated pleasures of the one-act
Mortality's gone Six Feet Under, and there's no turning back.
Aiming for style, director Mark Lamos can almost convince you that it equals substance
Two kinds of Shakespeare acting slug it out, with the leads fighting on both sides at once
Can there be grandeur in helplessness? Could Renaissance craftsmen spin cotton candy?
We're Henry IV, We Are, We Are: The Plays, in Brooklyn and Manhattan, Are the Things
Integrity's Back on BroadwayHas Anyone Noticed?
Howard's Professor of Desire; O'Hara Gets Skittish
New York Theater Folks Gaze Back at the Off-Broadway Year
After a Flurry of Productions, a Critical Look at an American Master
The 46th Annual Obie Awards
Albee! Miller! David Esbjornson Helms Them All.