Auteurs! Strap-ons! A theater critic's New Year's wish list
Lear deBessonet dives into religious delirium
Turning choice Greek scraps into leftover surprise
Has Richard Foreman abandoned the stage for film? Only a donkey would assume so.
A spit-shined Stephen Spinella brings to life the humiliating saga of an upbeat soldier's life
Commemorating P.S. 122's 25-year history of stretching the bounds of contemporary performance
Imagery is everything, so shouldn't Richard Foreman really be running the country?
Who's the Villain? Whos the Saint?
Two New Shows Explore the Fun of What's Been Seen Before
The 47th Annual Obie Awards