“You inhale fearing your breath might tip the balance.” Nicole Serratore reviews Emily Schwend’s new play.
Nicole Serratore sees a show that “skates along on mostly fluffy charm”, but at times the laughs feel forced.
A staple of American theater gets a new life as LGBT agitprop.
Bits of Yesterday fall into Tomorrow-like patterns and pieces of Yesterday get swallowed up by Tomorrow in Annie Dorsen’s work.
Jordan G. Teicher sees a man step into the Jack Black-est of Jack Black’s shoes.
Nicole Serratore sees a piece about “death, that does not go gently into the night” as part of COIL 2016.
Goodbye past, hello fame; Jonathan Capdevielle’s bumpy coming-of-age story is a raw, stand-out performance in American Realness/COIL.
David Neumann dances against the moment when the curtain falls on a life.
Nicole Serratore reviews a classic Jacobean tragicomedy with “a killer lead performance”.
Nicole Serratore continues Exeunt’s COIL 2016 coverage with “a welcome fuzziness of time, space and purpose” in a “visual haiku”.