There's a lot of narration in Nora Ephron's last work, Lucky Guy, but that quickly becomes the point.
A swirling drama set in various tabloid newsrooms starting in the 1980s, when scandal, corruption, and suicides ruled the headlines, this is first and foremost a play about the art of storytelling. ... More >>
As with his 2000 hit comedy The Tale of the Allergist's Wife, Charles Busch's Olive and the Bitter Herbs concerns a mature, emotionally jangled New York City Jewish woman who's prone to outbursts but whose outlook is changed as a result of a seemingly mystical occurrence.
This time, the woma ... More >>