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.
This new musical is tremendous fun, but if it dug a little deeper it could rise to greateness. Joey Sims reviews.