Two new American plays argue against the 'virtues' of female beauty
Formula only comes alive once in Philip Ridley's mystery
Albee's Occupant interrogates sculptor Louise Nevelson, while Saved pursues Christianity
The Little Flower of East Orange and Marcy in the Galaxy show why not everybody's life is worth dramatizing
Next to Albee's early one-acts, new plays by Adam Bock and Itamar Moses look undramatic
A multimedia head-scratcher from Feed the Herd
What exactly should an Asian-American theater fest celebrate?
Welcome to Off-Off-Broadway's newest theatrical discoverythe past
Kevin Kline prepares to scale the mad king's heroic heights and war-torn politics
Some of Off-Broadway's leading lights offer up resolutions for 2007
Václav Havel finally collects his Obies
A Would-Be Wife's Wit Triumphs
Neither rain nor sleet nor writer's block kept Suzan-Lori Parks from her play a day
Wedding bells are ringing for Rudnick and his glittery cast
A comedy pregnant with possibilities but no substance or slammable doors
Summer means outdoor classical theaterand it's not just Shakespeare in the Park
Marathon display of the ancient art and variegated pleasures of the one-act
Natives are restless in feverish follow-up
A mammoth production of the epic verse gets a stateside staging
Sunrise dawns on a new day at a downtown institution
Downtown theater and the 'Voice' grow up together.
Poet or proselytizer: Will the real Henrik please stand up?
What comes next for Off-Broadway? The last 50 years may offer a few clues.
Judges from the last five decades pay homage to the productions and artists they'll never forget
The founder of the 'Village Voice' Obies recalls what led to their inception 50 years ago
Bad-boy playwrights McDonagh and LaBute dish it out, and critics can't get enough
From Shanley's Doubt to Guirgis's Judas Iscariot, the Catholic Church undergoes intense theatrical scrutiny
Still hopeful, Shanley keeps romancing the blarney stone
A chilling dramatization of the ongoing U.S. military fiascos
A celebrity drops in on a budding playwright, but is that something to write plays about?
When a comic genius sheds light on sickness, fraud, and greed, why turn the light off?
In the midst of global dimming, the theater could offer a few bright spots
A fearless new generation of Off-Broadway playwrights establishes downtown beachheads
The famous librettist, sans Sullivan, is most engaging with a play that's so old it's new again
Papp's restive ghost haunts the search for Wolfe's replacement
A lesson from post-apartheid South Africa
I am women, hear me roar my most personal confessions
We're Henry IV, We Are, We Are: The Plays, in Brooklyn and Manhattan, Are the Things
Cost-Cutting Tip for Theaters: Delete the Art That's Lost Its Meaning
The Best Scripts Not Yet Mounted on a New York Stage
The Expanding Role of Theater Sound Design
London's Winter of Theatrical Discontent
After a String of Royal Court Premieres, Christopher Shinn Goes Stateside
Young Directors Take Charge
The Rude Mechanicals Travel the 'Most Modern Journey'