What do a nerd, a princess, a skull, and poo have in common? They are characters in this “infectious” musical that takes place, where else, in your phone. Joey Sims reviews.
Misery is abundant in this new opera by Ricky Ian Gordon. Joey Sims reviews.
Talene Monahon’s new play is based on interviews with historical reenactors, but in a moment of political tension, their love of history is called into doubt. Joey Sims reviews.
A Palestinian dreamer’s rocket launch to the moon makes for a wonderful premise, but it drags in spots and leans on cliché. Joey Sims reviews.
Sometimes a stage flub can stick with you. Joey Sims had such an experience with New York theatre stalwart David Rasche in 2013 and again in Rasche’s cabaret debut at Feinstein’s/54 Below.
Joey Sims finds a missed opportunity to tell a truly powerful story in Donja R. Love’s newest play.
A stage adaptation of Édouard Louis’ queer coming of age novel brings up our writer’s own childhood memories. Joey Sims reviews.
Theatre Row gets reinvented with new residencies, a staff change, and a facelift. Joey Sims investigates these changes.
Harvey Fierstein gives a warm portrayal of legendary political figure Bella Abzug, while challenging the audience to consider some uncomfortable political truths of today. Joey Sims reviews.
A thrilling, thought-provoking political work by Tina Satter based on a real-life FBI transcript that unsettles with strong performances. Joey Sims reviews.