ruth tang’s sly, funny play explores prophets and profits. Nicole Serratore reviews
Juliet Hindell finds this musical adaptation of a 2001 film sometimes predictable, but nonetheless irresistible.
Keelay Gipson writes and directs a surreal dark comedy about trauma, where the monsters are real. Loren Noveck reviews.
Emma Sheanshang’s new play feels like it was created by an algorithm; there’s nothing at its core. Loren Noveck reviews.
Rajiv Joseph dribbles a new play about the friendship between two straight men and their love of basketball. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
Annie Dorsen returns with a new piece of algorithmic theater which asks the audience to focus on language and what power we are handing over to AI. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Playful puppetry looks at the horrors of climate change. Lorin Wertheimer reviews.
Erika Dickerson-Despenza’s Katrina Cycle kicks off with a gorgeous production at the Public. Loren Noveck reviews.
This Encores! revival may leave you asking for more. Lane Williamson reviews.
A culturally sensitive Thanksgiving Play for “post-post-racial America” goes horrifyingly awry in Larissa FastHorse’s comedy. Loren Noveck reviews.