Death of Classical and the New York Philharmonic team up to present a moving (emotionally and physically) concert across the expanse of Green-Wood Cemetery. Lane Williamson reviews.
Twelve playwrights and a team of designers bring pandemic dreams to life in an art installation/immersive theatre odyssey at the Brookfield Place mall. Lane Williamson reviews.
Writer Geoff Sobelle and composer Pamela Z take us on a sonic journey through Times Square, from its origins to its present. Lane Williamson reviews.
An in-person visual and audio installation transports the audience into the waters of the Gulf Coast. Lane Williamson reviews.
Norm Lewis brings a hefty dose of holiday cheer to a streaming series from Feinstein’s/54 Below. Lane Williamson reviews.
Ivo van Hove brings fresh eyes to West Side Story in this video-heavy production and with it makes something wholly original. Lane Williamson shakes off van Hove fatigue and finds pleasure again in van Hove’s work.
A verbatim play about the abduction of Lucas Hnath’s mother raises questions of authorship, while still delivering quite a wallop of a story. Lane Williamson reviews.
Jerry Herman and Michael Stewart’s musical about Mack Sennett and Mabel Normand is revived by Encores! but its composer looms large and its main character is intolerable. Lane Williamson reviews.
Jeremy Jordan bares his soul in a new cabaret show dedicated to unpacking the past and making room for the future. Lane Williamson reviews.
Simon Stone turns Euripides’ “Medea” to ash and Rose Byrne crawls from the flames in a reworking at BAM. Lane Williamson reviews.