A Greenspan is a greenspan is a greenspan
The Talking Band at Here Arts Center
We asked Off- and Off-Off theatermakers what they feel the scene is missing
In David Greenspan's new play, The Seagull meets metaphysics
Are the Hamptons ready for a boy from Ancient Greece?
CSC mounts the playwright's adaptation of Orlando
Censorship and Michelangelo at the Vineyard and NYTW
Billy Crudup battles crazy Christians
Snacks and a miraculous salvation
Get comfortable with David Greenspan
The director wrangles one of the biggest, most stellar casts of the season
After a lifetime of political hackery, former city councilmember Noach Dear, who had never even practiced law, became a municipal judge. Who knew he'd become a savior to hundreds of New Yorkers harassed and dunned by unscrupulous and sometimes crooked debt collectors? And that he'd get standing ova ... More >>
Cue the crazy piano!
David Greenspan does his best to impress Queen Anne
Being governor's a drag
The 53rd time is yet another charm
Top Girls, meanwhile, channels pure acting power
A look at our own troubled times via Aristophanes
ERS follows up Fitzgerald with Faulkner
Target Margin makes ancient Greek texts lively; Sarah Ruhl gives Eurydice the death blow
Playwrights Terrence McNally and Adam Rapp look back to catch a glimpse of the future.
Finding herself in a hole, Delaria plays Beckett for laughs
David Greenspan's Solo The Myopia Travels From Jewish Rapunzel to Warren G. Harding
Two Clans Dis Function; Two Directors Make It Work
Like It or Not, It's Theater, Pure and Simple
He Stoops to Conquer
Slurry With the Fringe on Top
From Old Russia to Dance Heaven
Should American Actors Flee a Muddled, Unrewarding Profession?