Tender coming-of-age play with stirring music has grown since its Off-Broadway debut and provides shattering moments and an astonishing central performance. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
A multimedia adaptation of Paddy Chayefsky’s film by Ivo van Hove rams home the contemporary relevance of how media can go completely mad.
Equal parts exhilarating and mystifying, hilarious and stupefying, empowering and conflicting. The Cher Show arrives on Broadway.
Thrilling choreography, catchy tunes, and a warmhearted message, but a watered-down idea of queerness lurks in The Prom.
A new play starring Kerry Washington gets audiences talking about race. Ayanna Prescod reviews.
New giant ape musical is bizarre, messy, and excessive, but never quite satisfying as a whole. Alison Walls reviews.
Raising questions about fact and truth without answering any, this new play starring Daniel Radcliffe functions like a half-written sentence. Alicia Kort reviews.
Comedy legend Elaine May cannot not save Kenneth Lonergan’s pandering look at dementia, caretaking, and family. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
This new play from Jez Butterworth, an epic tapestry set in Northern Ireland, starts to unravel once you pick at the threads. Dan O’Neil reviews.
Richard Bean’s The Nap is a mostly funny comedy that loses it’s mirth with tasteless trans jokes. Kev Berry reviews.