Studio's "People, Places & Things" makes trenchant art by casting a humorous light on the darkest dimensions of drug addiction.
Studio's "Cock" restages Mike Bartlett's love triangle drama straight up with a split-screen twist.
Jeanne Paulsen and Naomi Jacobson enact a gripping tug-of-war between frenemies in Studio's vividly realized "The Children"
Maulik Pancholy discusses The Remains, the ongoing battle for LGBTQ rights, and his work with the Obama administration
Daniel Kitson's "A Short Series of Disagreements" is perhaps not short enough.
In Studio's dazzling, neon-lit production of "The Effect," two subjects fall in love while two doctors spar
The right actor for a brilliant play, Ted van Griethuysen leads a wonderful production of The Father
If President Trump dramatically cuts funding to the NEA, what impact would that have on the arts in America?
Studio Theatre's Murder Ballad is an entertaining, ingeniously devised sung-through musical
Yentl seems a fruitless pursuit while Belleville takes too long to get going
To use a British colloquialism, Mike Bartlett likes to “cock about” with words and concepts. Last year Studio Theatre presented the provocative playwright’s Contractions, a...
The Studio Theatre presents Cock