Despite a flawed framing device, David Staller dusts off George Bernard Shaw’s play for a vigorous interpretation. Lane Williamson reviews.
Lane Williamson reviews The Public Works’ celebratory production, anchored by Shaina Taub’s inventive score and lyrics.
Lane Williamson considers The Bengsons’ “complicated relationship with the truth” in their newest musical.
Lane Williamson takes a deep-dive into the National Theatre’s production of Angels in America on Broadway.
American trash TV meets British pop-opera in this Off-Broadway premiere. Lane Williamson reviews.
Daniel Fish directs this filmed opera about a racially ambiguous B-movie star that Hollywood forgot. Lane Williamson reviews.
Director Michael Arden finds inventive ways to dig up the past in this illuminating revival. Lane Williamson reviews.
Chloë Sevigny takes a back seat in Seth Zvi Rosenfeld’s muddled play. Lane Williamson reviews.
Julia Cho pushes the boundaries of taste exploring gun violence. Lane Williamson reviews.
Lane Williamson finds a lifeless production in director John Doyle’s hands, starring Ellen Burstyn.