Like Bob Dylan’s music itself, this quasi-jukebox musical from Conor McPherson is filled with yearning, sadness, and humanity. Patrick Maley reviews.
Bess Wohl’s new play offers laughter and wry commentary on how we treat our elders but some unexpected tone shifts too. Juliet Hindell reviews.
Exploiting one character’s trauma to help others to their emotional growth, this new musical tokenizes the experiences of vulnerable people. Teresa Kilzi reviews.
Lane Williamson finds himself of two conflicting minds about the frustrating and entertaining two-part Matthew Lopez play about gay men in America.
An earnest holiday treat destined to bring tears to your eyes. Kev Berry weeps and reviews.
A high energy performance from Adrienne Warren and delectable choreography provide the dazzle in this biographical musical. Ayanna Prescod reviews.
Adam Rapp’s Broadway debut is masterfully acted, directed, and designed, but the play itself may leave you feeling “impressed and unsatisfied.” Cameron Kelsall reviews.
David Byrne’s intimate theatrical concert speaks to trying to do the best you can do in these brutal times. Kev Berry reviews
This new musical is tremendous fun, but if it dug a little deeper it could rise to greateness. Joey Sims reviews.
Big on comedy, lacking in nuance, this production of Tennessee Williams’ play fails to interweave the tragedy underlining the characters. Alison Walls reviews.