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A sharp production of Noël Coward's unlikely romantic comedy.
Two world premieres: One works, and the other tries . . .
The Sedaris siblings tell a dark tale of passion in their new play.
Just what is playwright Erik Ehn up to?
Seeking vistas, camaraderie, and even romance as a Metro sightseer.
Desire and despair are fatally linked in Naomi Wallace's new play.
Deconstructing an American holiday.
The avant garde looks positively old fashioned in New Citys new play
I don't love them. I don't hate them. Is that so wrong?
He's died, risen, and fed the masses on pudding. So what will Jason Webley do this Halloween?
Taproot's charming revival of a popular musical.
Artists take the battle for theater spaces into their own hands.
London theater is thriving. Any lessons for us?
Russell Lees' play aims to explain Nixon.
Sharon Ott's take on Shakespeare's early comedy.
Volcanoes! Meteors! And now this.
Sex and sweets fill the imagination in a new play.
ACT's production of Warren Leight's new play listens close to the music.
Geeks are the real heroes in Neal Stephenson's new novel
The annual holiday roundup.