Michael R. Jackson’s self-referential meta-musical loops around itself a little too much to be fully satisfying, but still offers plenty to think about and enjoy. Alison Walls reviews.
Erica Schmidt’s adaptation filters Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” through the lens of murderous teen girls to differing results. Alison Walls reviews.
Ivan Anderson’s recurring monthly show has a right to brag about its low unsubscription rate. Alison Walls reviews.
Explicit, provocative, and rich with intentional ambiguity, Jeremy O. Harris’s Slave Play mixes shocked laughter with deep discomfort.
Aleshea Harris’s new play is socially-critical theater with an engaged, energized cast.
New giant ape musical is bizarre, messy, and excessive, but never quite satisfying as a whole. Alison Walls reviews.
Director Daniel Fish and company bring a bright clarity and an aching desire to this classic American musical. Alison Walls reviews.
Moments of comedy and a talented cast cannot make this regressive and generic Broadway musical vital. Alison Walls reviews.
Hook & Eye takes inspiration from Eleanor Roosevelt’s women’s work camps. Alison Walls reviews.
The Assembly tries to make sense of Hamlet, Chekhov and Heiner Müller. Alison Walls reviews.