It crams in too much and skips salient issues but this jukebox musical still ends up being a lot of fun.
Marin Ireland and Nathan Darrow heat up this minimalist production of the Tennessee Williams’s play.
Alicia Kort reviews the Mobile Unit’s newest production.
Dizzying and dazzling, this superb Stoppard revival from director Patrick Marber zips along.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child casts a spell. But Kev Berry asks at what cost?
Jordan G. Teicher reviews the reprise of Basil Twist’s phantasmagorical show in a giant water tank.
With an array of new plays and revivals, our critics make their selections for theater to see in May.
Eliza Dolittle is a feisty, self-aware hero in this revival of My Fair Lady. Nicole Serratore reviews.
The Assembly tries to make sense of Hamlet, Chekhov and Heiner Müller. Alison Walls reviews.
Dan O’Neil reviews Lucy Thurber’s predictable bait-and-switch about Ivy League admissions.