Parker Posey as Chekov’s aging insecure actress is the chief virtue to this faithful well-mounted updating which panders to its upper crust audience.
The Antigone myth is reset to the 1930’s Depression era U.S.A. in this challenging play about two troubled sisters and their disturbed twin half-brothers.
A captivating presentation of a trio of 1920’s-set one-act plays by the neglected Black American writer Eulalie Spence; it’s performed by a sparkling cast.
Chazz Palminteri is dynamic in this staged reading of Lyle Kessler’s dark comedy presented at the Actors Studio to commemorate its 75th anniversary.
Magnetic Katie Holmes portraying a Hollywood actress is a bright spot in this unsatisfying muddled drama which has been given an overblown production.
Bina Sharif and her husband Kevin Mitchell Martin uproariously portray locked-down NYC roommates in her thoughtful play about society during the pandemic.
John Douglas Thompson as the blind tyrant and Bill Irwin as his jittery servant are awesome in this mesmerizing revival of Beckett’s existential classic.