John Lithgow shares his love of storytelling and tales of his father who read him these bedtime stories. Alicia Kort reviews.
Looking at the fraternity of the broken, music succeeds where script does not in Claire van Kampen’s uneven historical play.
Lucy Kirkwood’s The Children is wickedly funny and incisive as it forces a generation to reflect on its legacy.
Queer, joyful, and warmly embracing Tina Landau’s production of new musical SpongeBob SquarePants is a show for anyone with a heart.
Gabe Cohn finds some laughs in Steve Martin’s shallow new play starring comedians Amy Schumer and Keegan-Michael Key.
Director Michael Arden finds inventive ways to dig up the past in this illuminating revival. Lane Williamson reviews.
Beau Willimon’s play about Washington insiders speaks to our moment. Juliet Hindell reviews
John Leguizamo educates himself in Latinx history to pass along knowledge to his son. Joseph Charnitski reviews.
The Band’s Visit is a gentle exploration of the unexamined lives of ordinary people from artists David Yazbek and David Cromer.
David Henry Hwang revises his M. Butterfly at a propitious moment. Nicole Serratore reviews