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.
The Visit feels like a Grimm fairy tale conspicuously missing a moral.
The tall, diffident, Mississippi-born performer discusses the genesis of his mute but oh-so-expressive alter ego.
South Korean-born playwright Young Jean Lee both does and doesn’t traffic in subtlety.
Over the past decade, MacKinnon has become an expert at staging the work of, arguably, our greatest living dramatist.
Theater director Ivo van Hove has made a habit of breaching borders.
The preternaturally talented Hunter practically defies credulity on stage.
Ashley has survived many ups and down, both personal and professional, in a career that’s spanned more than half a century.
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.
Luckily for Tom Kitt, he was in his dorm room when opportunity knocked.