At Home at the Zoo, the last name Albee picked for one of his works, carries as much weight as one can ask of a name.
Round and round Gillian Anderson’s Blanche DuBois goes, and where she stops, everyone knows.
The bracing final moment, in which the servant Firs discovers he’s locked in the house, is a coup de theatre.
Ultimately, this Antigone does what it espouses, appealing to our level heads rather than inflaming our passions.
Gallagher’s work has never gone stale because the actor keeps things both cool and committed.
For the past five years, director Sam Gold has been a standard bearer for seriously accessible American theater.
Theater director Ivo van Hove has made a habit of breaching borders.
Cherry Jones loves company, so it’s fitting that she plays the proprietor of a bed and breakfast in When We Were Young and Unafraid.
Estelle Parsons has always found something interesting to do.
What initially seems an obsessive-compulsive mash note to The Simpsons becomes a brain-teasing deconstruction of pop culture, theater, and nothing less than the storytelling instinct itself.
Ladies and gentlemen, don’t be a sucker. Step right up to Pippin, the greatest homegrown show of the season.