The Kilbanes retell the story of Philomena and Procne in a concert setting, but the narrative gets lost in the music. Joey Sims reviews.
This world premiere by Helen Banner is messy and unpredictable – qualities our critic finds intriguing. Joey Sims reviews.
Royal Osiris Karaoke Ensemble worship a pizza wheel. Incomplete but calming and serene. Joey Sims meditates and reviews.
Peter Brook and Marie-Hélène Estienne ask how a person can atone for their crimes in a moving new theatrical work. Joey Sims reviews.
Amy Heckerling’s musical adaptation of her classic ’90s film is a good time, but not necessarily good theatre. Joey Sims reviews.
“Let it be enough,” the title character implores at the end of Will Eno’s play, but our critic doubts that possibility with this revival. Joey Sims reviews.
William Jackson Harper’s play only soars when he embraces the stage as an idealogical battleground. Joey Sims reviews.
Primary Stages presents A.R. Gurney’s trio of plays about “the waning of WASP culture,” but a little more mining is required to bring out his “dark, distinctive voice.” Joey Sims reviews.
Edie Falco brings nuance and passion to her role of political fixer in a play that could use more spark. Joey Sims reviews.
Lily Thorne painstakingly makes quiet drama of an undramatic death. Joey Sims reviews.