American Theatre Co., (773) 929-1031
Itamar Moses’ “interesting mess” of play has a striking premise, said the Chicago Tribune. The Unabomber, a 1993 World Trade Center bomber, and a founder of the Latin Kings street gang once shared a prison. But Moses sheds no light on the murderers.
Florida Stage, Manalapan (800) 514-3837
William Mastrosimone’s juicy play tackles a “monumentally dangerous” love triangle, said The Miami Herald. The imagined interplay among John F. Kennedy, mobster Sam Giancana, and their mutual mistress, Judith Exner proves “abundantly watchable.”
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Church Street Theater, (202) 669-7229
Ken Prestininzi’s war-on-terror satire has “all the finesse of a plummeting anvil,” said The Washington Post. When a suburban couple’s son goes missing abroad, their home is turned into a “black site” for interrogating suspects.
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