María Irene Fornés and Al Carmines lampoon the rich, law enforcement, and life in general in this forgotten absurdist musical revived by Encores! Off-Center in a hilarious, affecting production. Lane Williamson reviews.
Winter Miller crafts an investigation into the absurdity of terror. Loren Noveck reviews.
A stunning adaptation of Euripides’ play finds contemporary relevance in an outdoor summer production. Juliet Hindell reviews.
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Patrick Maley sees his first opera, the intriguing and baffling Nixon in China.
David Cale creates a vulnerable, complex journey through his childhood memories in this new musical memoir. Ran Xia reviews.
Encores! Off-Center refashions this musical about the American workforce into a love letter to City Center. Lane Williamson reviews.
Christopher Shinn’s play about two lost souls in the wake of 9/11 has lost some of its power in the decade since its premiere. Teresa Kilzi reviews.
Clubbed Thumb wraps up its annual Summerworks with Daniel Glenn’s raucous play about governmental deadlock and the removal of a severed head. Lane Williamson reviews.
Committed performances cannot rescue a show that loses its way in its own surrealism. Ran Xia reviews.