Thrilling choreography, catchy tunes, and a warmhearted message, but a watered-down idea of queerness lurks in The Prom.
Through spoken-word and song, Zombie Asian Moms explores the comedy and complexity of Asian moms. Caroline Cao reviews.
A tantalizing premise and a historic setting, but the immersive Consumption is lacking in structure.
Joan Didion wrote, “We tell ourselves stories in order to live.” But how do we make sense of a world in disorder? Richard Patterson reviews.
Our critics discuss the merit of dialogue reviews, the New York Times experimenting with them, and King Kong.
A new play starring Kerry Washington gets audiences talking about race. Ayanna Prescod reviews.
Aleshea Harris’s new play is socially-critical theater with an engaged, energized cast.
Tom Stoppard interrogates whether a thermostat has consciousness potential, and why we have consciousness at all. Loren Noveck reviews.
The dancers are back on the line and as thrilling as ever in a new Encores! production. Lane Williamson reviews.
A volcanic performance by Raúl Esparza outshines the flaws in this revival of Brecht’s allegory play. Lane Williamson reviews.