Playwright Joe Gilford’s “Finks” is a fictionalized telling of his parents’ experiences during the horrific 1950s blacklisting period.
As sumptuous and entertaining as it can get, here is a “Cinderella” bound to please every age group.
The character called Holly Golightly from Truman Capote’s famed novella, “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” has arguably entered our vocabulary as a flighty but glamorous gal [...]
The Irish Rep production offers the musical “Donnybrook!” which as they say in fight parlance, is a split decision.
This 1946 comedy still charms as a demure librarian becomes the life of the party.
Giuseppe Verdi’s “Don Carlo,” based on Friedrich Schiller’s play, is an epic opera, a love story and father-son conflict set during the Spanish Inquisition.
Annie Baker’s new play, “The Flick,” is such a mélange of ideas and events that it’s difficult to know where to begin.
“Henry IV, Part 1” is an intimate coming-of-age tale—one brilliantly put forth in this sparkling production by The Pearl Theatre Company.
In A.R. Gurney’s “The Old Boy,” a gubernatorial candidate discovers he has been responsible for the death of an old friend.
“The North Pool” is a remarkably enticing and satisfying theatrical experience.