The 2012 Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Quiara Alegría Hudes is given a fluid, authentic production at the Old Globe in San Diego.
The dance master teams with adventuresome colleagues to present two short stories conjoined as the non-dance theater piece 'Man in a Case.' There's a lot going on. Not all of it serves the author.
No matter the musical style, the American classic's score always envelops the actors and drives the drama.
Theater review: Recap of the singer, actor and activist's life respectfully covers all the bases, but its educational tone overcomes any sense of drama.
Annette Bening brings a subdued charm to 'Ruth Draper's Monologues' at the Geffen Playhouse.
The New York theater piece based on playwright Moss Hart's memoir hasn't been distilled into a workable dramatic form. But Tony Shalhoub's performance is richly rewarding.
A distracted James Franco and a scattershot cast only serve to magnify Anna D. Shapiro's glossy yet empty 'Of Mice and Men' revival.
NEW YORK — Only a fool would second-guess the transformative power of Audra McDonald, but when it was announced that this five-time Tony Award-winner was going to portray Billie Holiday in the Broadway production of “Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill,” I must confess that I had my qualms.