A Keen Company revival reveals the Absurd side of Tina Howe's realism
This week in the Voice, out today: Michaelangelo Matos details Daniel Martin-McCormick, the musician who is half of the rock-gone-electronic duo Mi Ami and the sole member of Ital: "He's personable, quite alert, and friendly, and it doesn't feel like a chore. He gives the sense that he's exactly wha ... More >>
Charles Busch and Michael Frayn kid familiar targets: nuns and librarians
Keen Company presents Beasley's Christmas Party
Welcome to metatheatrics at the sausage factory
History glows in The Conscientious Objector; vapidity kills Caryl Churchill's dumb cartoon
Despite the fine Lisa Emery, a bio-play fails to capture the iconic Martha Gellhorn
Stacks of Surprises
Pop goes Euripides in Reverie's latest
A songwriting team's tortured search for the next hit
While Dubya plays nuclear chicken with Iran, Oppenheimer is the right play to revive
Keen Company takes a wobbly step toward restoring a master of social comedy to the stage.
A cardinal's Sin: Is he the Church corporeal, or just a cog in a corporate bureaucracy?
Ionesco's one-acts: Language flying on a dangerous high
Thornton Wilder's warm-ups for Our Town tell the history of the avant-garde, family-style