Can Ionesco slay a 21st-century crowd?
New plays at Playwrights Horizons and the Atlantic
. . .But not their productions
Mary-Louise Parker takes on Ibsens Nora
Three plays by white men track America's slipping standards
Playwrights Terrence McNally and Adam Rapp look back to catch a glimpse of the future.
For your ogling pleasure, scenes from two rocky marriages
Adam Rapp's East Village slackers wait around for Godot
Adam Rapp's druggie two-hander spares no oozing detail