If you're looking for a downright silly 80 minutes, this Marx Bros. adaptation is just the ticket
Moving Hamlet to Oakland doesn't show us anything new
Energetic and witty, this talky Stoppard might leave you feeling dumb
George Lucas at last delivers the Star Wars prequel we've been waiting for
"The audience has seen a lot of me, and maybe they need a break."
Charlie Varon's hilarious one-man tour de force feels its age
What Tom Stoppard did in this 1974 play would be too expensive to try today
A striking performance
A meditation on marital catastrophe with brutal comic momentum
In Tom Stoppard's masterful play, the erudition doesn't get in the way of the story
Tom Stoppard's 1978 play reminds us of a time when reporters had access to war zones
Cal Shakes uses an appropriately light touch with Chekhov's "comedy"
"One Hundred & Six Years of Comedy" is a condensed history of comic theater
Is Denis Johnson's new work one play -- or three?
The Invention of Love
ACT's Arcadia enthralls with Tom Stoppard's love of mystery, language, and intellectual puzzles
The Broadway staging of Arcadia hints at what's in store for ACT audiences
As ACT returns to its home at the restored Geary, Artistic Director Carey Perloff stages a coup de theatre for her fourth season