While it may not be the story many want to hear right now, Tootsie is the most fun Curtis Russell has had at the theater in months.
Filled with Buñuelian chutzpah but there’s often there’s too much going on in Little Lord’s latest. Curtis Russell reviews.
Yet another attempt to fix Merrily when it would have been better served by embracing its weirdness and flaws. Curtis Russell reviews.
Ink builds a link with artisans of the past, via the materiality of art objects. Curtis Russell reviews.
A sci-fi folk concert offers stellar music and genuine insight into our current political climate. Curtis Russell reviews.
Curtis Russell reviews Blessed Unrest’s production.
Curtis Russell looks back on the shows that successfully and unsuccessfully wrestled with politics last year.
Looking at the fraternity of the broken, music succeeds where script does not in Claire van Kampen’s uneven historical play.
Curtis Russell reviews Gare St Lazare Ireland’s recent appearance at Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival.
Curtis Russell reviews “a rare miss” from Sarah Ruhl: “safe and sane and totally harmless.”