The horrors of adolescent get brought to the fore in this soul-bearing verbatim piece devised from teen diaries. Alicia Kort reviews
Anya Richkind doesn’t dive too deep in this coming-of-age story that gets gory. Jordan G. Teicher reviews.
A conventional plot mires a post-Sandy Coney Island tale in Rinne Groff’s new play. Loren Noveck reviews.
Ran Xia reviews Catherine Filloux’s latest play about women in detention.
An experimental, gender fluid Peter Pan delights and fascinates. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Charlotte Arnoux reviews Henry Naylor’s two-hander about Western ignorance of the Syrian conflict.
Patrick Maley reviews Antoinette Nwandu’s urgent call to action against police killings of black men.
As the summer festivals begin and things quiet down on Broadway and Off, we have some theatrical treats to keep you busy around town and out-of-town.
Cameron Kelsall reviews Ma-Yi Theater’s subversive transposition of Richard III to a contemporary American high school.
Is graffiti “the last line of defense for effective advocacy?” Ran Xia reviews Blessed Unrest’s portrait of Chicago’s graffiti scene.