This “silent” play got our NYC critics talking. Here’s Kev Berry, Molly Grogan and Nicole Serratore on the comic and metaphysical tensions of Ars Nova/Bess Wohl’s critically acclaimed production.
Ignore a previous correction: Sarah Matusek reviews Kim Davies’s new work about rape on US college campuses.
“Waterfalls of language”: Seth Simons reviews New Saloon’s experiment with six simultaneous translations of Uncle Vanya.
Peeling back layers of sorrow: Nicole Serratore reviews a new production by Theater Breaking Through Barriers.
Hailey Bachrach discovers a corner of forgotten Indian history in The Queen.
Seth Simons reviews this found-text variety show that sticks to the “wildly raunchy” of the Internet, in a good way.
How far would you go for love? Nicole Serratore examines the question and its “economics” in Hadestown.
“A general feeling of mystery to support its own vagueness”: Rafi Mittlefehldt reviews Cynthia von Buhler’s immersive theatre event.
“Blood-spattered satires of über-masculinity”: Nicole Serratore review the musical adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis’ novel.
Where’s the existential hokum? Seth Simons reviews Toast as part of Brits Off Broadway.