Peter Mark Kendall delivers a “quiet, humane” performance in this otherwise tonally-confused play. Joey Sims reviews.
John Lennon and Paul McCartney forge their iconic bond in this simplistic, but ultimately moving play by Bob Stevens. Joey Sims reviews.
Loose connections but stronger feelings bring a sense of community to a devised work by The HawtPlates. Joey Sims reviews
Can Alex Timbers find the heart in his shows? Joey Sims ponders Timbers’ recent Broadway outings.
Our critic, Joey Sims, “Would Do Anything for Love”…of Lena Hall. She’s currently playing a rock-belting mom in this logic-defying, over-the-top, damn good time of a musical.
Johnny G. Lloyd tests our ~patience~ with this play about solitaire champions. Joey Sims reviews.
An out-of-work actress becomes a bounty hunter in Joe Iconis’ new musical, but the show doesn’t lean far enough into its absurd premise. Joey Sims reviews.
Elyse Pitock’s new play about one woman’s chronic pain is mired down in its confusing tonal shifts. Joey Sims reviews.
A verbally expressive audience livened up this well-trod play about Queen Elizabeth and Margaret Thatcher. Joey Sims reviews.
Bess Wohl tackles the spectre of climate change via a film set, but stretches the limits of plausibility along the way. Joey Sims reviews.