The picture of the astonished, speechless faculty members is accompanied by a devastating sound effect that designer Daniel Perelstein unleashes. Once and for all, the deafening blare drives Holter's critical point home. Audiences won't be chuckling then -- and for the right reasons.
Two men battle with war and personal ghosts in the new off-Broadway drama.
All in the Timing, an evening of six wildly comedic sketch/plays by David Ives (and directed by John Rando) was a major hit when it was produced by Primary Stages in 1993, enjoying a quick off-Broadway transfer and a 600-performance run.
Pausing for a moment, she then quipped, “One drink will be fine, but two will be better.” “It’s a challenging time in the
The complex and oft-disheartening world of New York real estate gets a fabulously comedic makeover courtesy of actor, playwright
Depending on when you see -- or have seen -- The Model Apartment, you will either think playwright Donald Margulies has shifted gears to or shifted them from his list of strong-minded domestic dramas.
Chad Beguelin's warm and funny Harbor is about a gay couple living in a perfectly-designed Greek revival bungalow in Sag Harbor that looks like a wedding cake.
CORRECTION: The original version of this article identified Randy Harrison as being 37 years old. He is actually 35. Stewart
A collection of three one-act plays by Horton Foote located in the titular town, Harrison, TX is a thoroughly moving, entertaining and educational production.
Motherhood Out Loud, now playing at Primary Stages after 59 E. 59th St, makes you feel as if someone has read your mind or your mother's or your grandmother's, because no one would dare to say outright what the actors are saying on stage.
Remove the "r," "n" and "y" from playwright A. R. Gurney's name and what's left is "argue"--perhaps a reviewer's excessively