Setting Shakespeare’s tragedy in Persia isn’t just an aesthetic choice for the Iranian-American actor; it’s an existential one.
In Claire Lizzimore’s new play at Atlantic, Hall has just the sort of workout she looks for: playing a woman whose life is coming apart.
The star is breaking out of her familiar type in the new musical about World War II veterans.
His minimalist aesthetic seems to mesh well with the character-driven work of the composer/lyricist. Next: ‘Pacific Overtures.’
How the Complicite auteur follows trains of thought to the stage, then gets whole audiences on board.
How the actor keeps it real at the center of a stunning new staging of O’Neill’s stylized 1922 drama.
Martin Sherman’s new play takes stock of a generational shift in attitudes as disorienting as it is heartening.
From Lola’s heels to Aaron Burr’s simmer, the improv and TV star feels at home onstage.
The stars alternate in the leads of Lillian Hellman’s spiky classic in Manhattan Theatre Club’s new revival.
Family and time have something to do with how her new revival cracks open the great musical her uncle wrote with Sondheim.