An experimental, gender fluid Peter Pan delights and fascinates. Nicole Serratore reviews.
With an ambitious visual landscape, this compulsively-watchable devised piece looks into what makes us human. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Pregnancy and childbirth bring out a sense of community but also shallow storytelling in this new play by Chiara Atik.
Caryl Churchill’s dense political play can be challenging to unpack even in this fleet production by Rachel Chavkin
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Marin Ireland and Nathan Darrow heat up this minimalist production of the Tennessee Williams’s play.
Eliza Dolittle is a feisty, self-aware hero in this revival of My Fair Lady. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Nicole Serratore wonders why they revived this creaky play about a deaf woman and her relationship with her hearing teacher.
Nuance is lost in Trip Cullman’s revival of Kenneth Lonergan’s play about a hapless doorman. Nicole Serratore reviews.
A comedy show from Hannah Gadsby takes a sharp turn and leads the audience on a self-reflective journey. Nicole Serratore reviews.