They sound so inviting, these 90-minute intermissionless plays. Easy in, easy out. No distractions. But like looks, lengths can be deceiving, and 90 minutes of express-lane theater can sometimes feel as if time has stopped altogether, sending you into a limbo in which a simple intermission would be as welcome to a theatergoer as a desert oasis would be to a camel. Currently, two more of these intermissionless offerings are on view. Although the plays themselves could not be more different, the overall effect... More >>>
Parents behaving badly: Susan Louise O'Connor and Eva Kaminsky in Yasmina Reza's God of Carnage.