Matthew Broderick is the odd man out at Conor McPherson’s party. Patrick Maley reviews.
Lynn Nottage anthropomorphizes a mighty elephant and the ivory trade that felled it. Patrick Maley reviews.
Nicole Serratore wonders why they revived this creaky play about a deaf woman and her relationship with her hearing teacher.
Gabe Cohn reviews Lindsey Ferrentino’s out-of-touch response to school shootings.
Lane Williamson considers The Bengsons’ “complicated relationship with the truth” in their newest musical.
Glenda Jackson makes a meal of Edward Albee’s play about life and death. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
A screen-to-stage adaptation by Tina Fey keeps much of the original’s sweet charm and incisive comedy. Alison Walls reviews.
Charlotte Arnoux reviews Quiara Alegría Hudes’ feminist road trip.
Joey Sims reviews Sharon Washington’s autobiographical solo show.
Neither the riskiest nor the safest adaptation, Disney’s Frozen proves solid. Jordan Teicher reviews.