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Sandra Ross

The Golden Gays

Even non-fans of The Golden Girls will be amused by John Patrick Trapper's uproarious play with music, which simultaneously spoofs the TV series and the neu...

Burn This

This revival of Lanford Wilson’s 1974 play is distinguished by nuanced performances. David Watson’s superior direction emphasizes the quiet moments ...

A Hatful of Rain

Directed by Dean Kreyling in a lively revival, Michael Gazzo’s play centers on the issue of morphine addiction. Johnny (a ghostly Chris Devlin) is a retur...

Carved in Stone

In Jeffrey Hartgraves’ comedy, it’s always cocktail hour in the afterlife lounge shared by Truman Capote (Kevin Remington), Quentin Crisp (Leon Acor...

The Voysey Inheritance

David Mamet’s streamlined adaptation of Harley Granville-Barker’s 1905 drama succeeds on many levels. Granville-Barker’s play about an Edwardi...

2 Pianos 4 Hands

Playwrights Ted Dykstra and Richard Greenblatt have created an amusing play with music about two aspiring piano students. Prodigy isn’t the right word to ...

Beggars in the House of Plenty

John Patrick Shanley’s semiautobiographical one-act about growing up in a dysfunctional working-class Irish-American Catholic family is smartly directed b...

Laws of Sympathy

A knockout cast under John Lawrence Rivera's economical direction gives a human heartbeat to Oliver Mayer's "message play" — the heart being the t...
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The Dining Room

A.R. Gurney's engaging, bittersweet 1982 play details life in a dining room — or, rather, several dining rooms — inhabited by a multitude of cha...

Gun Points

Tautly directed by Mikey Myers, Chazz Palminteri’s darkly comedic and suspenseful play opens with a pajama-clothed Margaret (Reamy Hall) tied to a chair, held a...
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