The sweet and the sobering
Revisiting The Laramie Project
A well made play by Ruth and Augustus Goetz, adapted from Henry James' 1880 novel Washington Square, The Heiress is back in a sturdy if not revelatory production. The play was last on Broadway in 1995, in a stunning revival starring Cherry Jones as Catherine Sloper, the shy plain Jane who's awakene ... More >>
The New Group adapts a Tennessee Williams rarity
Tennessee Williamss One Arm
Rajiv Joseph's powerful, ghost-ridden new drama earns its stripes
Plus Derek Jacobi, the Shaggs, and other spring theater picks
Stolid but slightly soggy Scots in Central Park
Mein Gott, everyone's a winner!
Merlin Holland dusts off the transcript of Oscar Wilde's first trialbigger, longer, uncut
Doug Wright Quills Up a Transvestite Mythmaker
The People Speak! Thirty-Four NYC Theater Types Pick Their Favorite Shows of the 20002001 Off-Broadway Season.
The Tectonic Theater Project Captures Matthew Shepards Laramie