A dizzying investigation of the line between truth and fiction, art and propaganda, Jen Silverman’s latest leaves Loren Noveck with much to ponder.
Michael John LaChiusa brings his unique theatricality to a memory musical about director/choreographer Graciela Daniele’s childhood in Perón’s Argentina. Lane Williamson reviews.
The Monty Python musical returns to Broadway and shows its age. Nicole Serratore reviews.
A gleeful production of Tom Stoppard’s complex classic. Lorin Wertheimer reviews.
Dianne Wiest returns to the stage in a new play, but its collage-like structure confuses its intent. Lane Williamson reviews.
Paul Sparks’s Vladimir brings seeds of hope to Beckett’s bleak classic. Loren Noveck reviews.
This new musical about the Weimar-era musical group the Comedian Harmonists doesn’t have enough of either comedy or harmony. Lorin Wertheimer reviews.
Julia Lester steals the show and proves she is an unmissable talent in this rare revival of an early ’60s musical. Lane Williamson reviews.
Lesbian sex farce + Tony Kushner’s Angel + the Greeks + Restoration comedy + a woke white man = too many influences for one comedy to handle. Loren Noveck reviews.
Brian Friel’s play about misunderstandings between languages holds contemporary relevance in this lyrical revival. Juliet Hindell reviews.