4th Street Theatre
Gordon Dahlquist's new play for NAATCO is intriguingly intricate but doesn't quite live up to its potential. Loren Noveck reviews.
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Shakespeare in the Park kicks off with an all-black production of this summery rom-com, but leaves our critic wondering, "Can black joy be enough?". Maya Phillips reviews.
Trapped in a bad date that won't end, Terrence McNally's play tests our patience. Nicole Serratore resists and reviews.
Daniel Fish and Heidi Schreck make it to Broadway, while Ivo van Hove and Enda Walsh take Brooklyn by storm. Our critics recommend all that and more this April.
Glenda Jackson's Lear, the latest from wunderkind Jeremy O. Harris, and the New York debut of Phoebe Waller-Bridge: all that and more are coming up this March.
Eliza Bent's audacious work embraces puns and play. With her new show taking flight this month, Jess Barbagallo observes and reports.
New musicals arrive on Broadway, a neglected Swedish master gets his due, and Dionysus becomes Diane. All that and more this February in New York!
The Wild Project
A witty, smart production brings out the absurdity, the poignancy, and the cruelty in Zhu Yi's rich script . . . and also, there are sheep. Loren Noveck reviews.
New York City Center - Stage I
Donald Margulies's new play left our critic feeling like she'd seen it all before. Maya Phillips reviews.
At the 4th annual Exponential Festival, Nicole Serratore finds frequent laughs and is only mildly hostile about taking off her shoes.
We share what shows and performances stayed with us in 2018.
Broadway and music and festivals -- oh my! New York has it all this winter, and our critics share their top picks for December and January.
Our critics discuss the merit of dialogue reviews, the New York Times experimenting with them, and King Kong.