During the nearly two-hour intermissionless talk, technology-worshiping Daisey does acknowledge that Jobs was "the only hero I ever had." But that was prior to a trip he made not that long ago to Shenzhen, China and the Foxconn manufacturing plant.
The "problem plays" Shakespeare uncorked in the early 17th century contain enough problems that there's no call for directors and players to add new ones. That, however, is what's transpiring in the Public Theater's summer 2011 Central Park offerings.
The production is an intimate work, resting on 40-year-old Jerry's impending fatherhood. Sherman, who has long traced his own emotional travails, starting with the heartfelt Women and Wallace in 1990, keeps the tone light here.
After protesting Belarus' president, Belarus Free Theatre's members were jailed and denied the right to perform. But after smuggling themselves across the border, US theatre companies nationwide are standing up in solidarity.
The Great Game: Afghanistan -- an 11 hour, 12-play marathon -- is a case of the whole being greater than the sum of its parts; The 25th anniversary touring production of Les Miserables, now at the Paper Mill Playhouse in New Jersey, is superior to the Broadway revival in every way.
There's been talk that the much lauded production of Thornton Wilder's Our Town will move to Broadway. While the producers deliberate this move, let me say, you can really smell the bacon in this play.