The George Floyd protests opened up theater lobbies and has prompted a new dialogue about theater and race. Joey Sims investigates.
Stage managers pivot to Zoom. Joey Sims reports on how this job has shifted in pandemic times.
Joey Sims compares two approaches to Zoom plays that have emerged during quarantine: the more traditional theatre-like style of MCC’s “Beirut” and the scrappier, internet-acknowledging “The Honeycomb Trilogy” from Gideon Productions.
Richard Nelson brings his Apply Family back for a Zoom call for our times. Joey Sims reviews the streaming experience.
While the impact of online theater varies, Joey Sims finds there is still connection to be made and even something new to discover.
Self-isolation has led to an explosion of online theater streaming options. Joey Sims shares a few.
Hilary Bettis’s new play works best when it trusts its smallness. Joey Sims reviews.
Celine Song’s new play mixes brutal truth, barnstorming set pieces, and a bit of magic. Joey Sims reviews.
Beth Malone shines in the title role, but Joey Sims wishes this production were a little more “actively weird.”
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.