A depressingly relevant play about the necessity, the impossibility, and the complexity of ethical, unbiased journalism. Loren Noveck reviews.
Edie Falco brings nuance and passion to her role of political fixer in a play that could use more spark. Joey Sims reviews.
A stellar central performance dominates this new play by Jaki McCarrick, but the production languishes in its naturalism. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Despite a flawed framing device, David Staller dusts off George Bernard Shaw’s play for a vigorous interpretation. Lane Williamson reviews.
We convene a critics panel to discuss “the beat” and how it’s rendered in the new Go-Go’s musical Head Over Heels.
You’re better off sticking with your worn out VHS copy of the film than delving into this new musical. Nicole Serratore reviews
Moments of comedy and a talented cast cannot make this regressive and generic Broadway musical vital. Alison Walls reviews.
Lane Williamson reviews The Public Works’ celebratory production, anchored by Shaina Taub’s inventive score and lyrics.
Tracy Letts’s play about the many lives within one woman takes some puzzle-solving. Loren Noveck reviews.
A sympathetic portrait of straight white men ends up one-note. Patrick Maley reviews.