Joey Sims finds that this revival sometimes stumbles, but the “strange, electric play has only gained in relevance” since its 2011 premiere.
Spoken in the language of Tevye and his daughters, this revival loses the humor, but brings out the pain. Lane Williamson reviews.
Ivan Anderson’s recurring monthly show has a right to brag about its low unsubscription rate. Alison Walls reviews.
Joey Sims looks for light in the face of horror in Sea Wall/A Life.
A transgender autobiography that affirms identity but doesn’t always satisfy theatrically. Loren Noveck reviews.
Two Strindberg plays, “The Dance of Death” adapted by Conor McPherson and “Mies Julie” adapted by Yaël Farber, yield different results in new productions at Classic Stage.
Eliza Bent’s audacious work embraces puns and play. With her new show taking flight this month, Jess Barbagallo observes and reports.
Encores! revives a 1950s political satire, but its contemporary relevance is lacking and it isn’t much fun, either. Lane Williamson reviews.
A look at historic Vietnam War activism takes a detached archival approach. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Capitalism comes for all of us but I did not know it could taste this sweet. Nicole Serratore reviews a live candy commercial for reasons she does not understand.