John Webster’s 400-year-old revenge tragedy “crackles with wit and insight”–but Cameron Kelsall finds that the production fails to live up to the possibilities.
Cheap, overstated, and not improved by recent revisions, only Corbin Bleu brings old-fashioned charm to this classic musical revival. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
A cringeworthy world of surprising and complete characters from the singular Phoebe Waller-Bridge. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
Jeremy O. Harris seeks out the rot beneath the beauty–but does he go deep enough? Cameron Kelsall reviews.
Ethan Hawke and Paul Dano give expertly realized performances of performed manhood in Sam Shepard’s famous play. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
A bio-play about Arturo Toscanini is drowned out by its own music. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
Tender coming-of-age play with stirring music has grown since its Off-Broadway debut and provides shattering moments and an astonishing central performance. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
Immersive with a meal, this adaptation of James Joyce is still a bit dry (as was the roast turkey). Cameron Kelsall eats and reviews.
Superb acting, exceptional production values, and a compelling point of view, but this slice-of-life dramedy by Abby Rosebrock loses its way. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
Tim and Tyne Daly are cast against type in a play written for them and their real-life sibling rapport doesn’t shine through. Cameron Kelsall reviews.