Eric Berryman gives voice to inmates in 1965 Texas prisons via The Wooster Group’s “record album interpretation,” but the artist’s connection to the work is missing. Lane Williamson reviews.
Jorge Ignacio Cortiñas presents a world tilted uncomfortably on its axis. Joey Sims reviews.
A sunny comedy about complicated issues fails to have its cake and eat it too. Loren Noveck reviews.
Jeremy O. Harris seeks out the rot beneath the beauty–but does he go deep enough? Cameron Kelsall reviews.
Yet another attempt to fix Merrily when it would have been better served by embracing its weirdness and flaws. Curtis Russell reviews.
A revival of Athol Fugard’s play about South African refugees features an intoxicating atmosphere and a skillful performance by Zainab Jah. Lane Williamson reviews.
An intriguing comedy of gods, gardens, and climate change from Madeleine George. Dan O’Neil reviews.
Harper Lee’s famous story remains a museum piece in this adaptation by Aaron Sorkin. Jordan Teicher reviews.
A maximimalist spoof that satirizes the “funny shitshow” of today’s political climate. Jordan Teicher reviews.
A funny, idiosyncratic show focused on the journey not the destination.