In two short acts, playwright Win Wells depicts not so much a relationship as a fusion, a merging of identities into one single, complex personality.
Faye Dunaway has chosen Tea at Five as the vehicle to bring her back to Broadway after a 37-year absence. Would that she had waited a bit longer for a vehicle more worthy of her considerable talents.
Expert performers and taut direction make this Cloud 9 a natural high.
What did this aging hippy, this elder of our world learn? To live a life without apologies.
Melinda Lopez’s superb new translation of Yerma makes the language of the play approachable, even conversational, without losing the beauty of Lorca’s poetry.
Written more than a decade ago, Mahida’s Extra Key to Heaven falls all too painfully closely in line with current events.
Lighting Martha delves into the psychological tensions generated by alternative lifestyles — many, many decades ago.
Pacific Overtures offers a history lesson — but it is an entertaining, moving, thought-provoking, and timely one.
The media big boys should be part of the discussion, if only because they have the resources to change the situation for the better.
This marvelous production pulls off a tricky balance — vibrant bursts of creative energy are put at the service of illuminating the thorny nature of memory and guilt.