John Osborne's British classic faces an American audience again
A Harlem cultural touchstone, like so many others, closes off its past
The 53rd time is yet another charm
Curious productions from unexpected corners revive a once-great form
Next to Albee's early one-acts, new plays by Adam Bock and Itamar Moses look undramatic
Adding Machine adds up; Passing Strange does passing well; In Circles should stay around
Some old pieces of theater can be amazingly up to date; others are just an amazing up
Theater's Been in Flux All Century Long, So What's Left for It in the Next?