This immersive theater piece tackles the weight of 400 years of black American history with both humor and horror. Loren Noveck reviews.
Dante or Die’s immersive, site-specific solo play is a powerful meditation on technology and mortality. Lane Williamson reviews.
A sly, subtle trip through repressed queer desire gives a peek at the orbits of women around each other. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Even with a musical team from the band The National and Peter Dinklage, do we need another Cyrano? Jordan Teicher ponders.
A wild dinner party skewers misogyny – quite literally – in Radiohole’s new play. Juliet Hindell reviews.
The latest entry in Richard Nelson’s “Rhinebeck Panorama” is missing the alchemy that made the previous plays so successful. Lane Williamson reviews.
Dead Centre presents a meditation on death and grief with a remarkable performance from a young actor. Nicole Serratore 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.
Real-life couple Nadia Bowers and Corey Stoll take different approaches to the Macbeths in John Doyle’s tragi-comic production. Maya Phillips reviews.
Sure the production is a people-pleaser, but Nicole Serratore wants you to focus on Tammy Blanchard and no one else.