While it may not be the story many want to hear right now, Tootsie is the most fun Curtis Russell has had at the theater in months.
Madcap spectacle, a killer set, and some fine performances dominate this movie-to-musical product of the Broadway-industrial complex. Jordan Teicher reviews
The characters in Christopher Chen’s new play negotiate identity, difference, and what it means to be human. Ran Xia finds that the richly diverse and “wildly talented” cast makes a lasting impression.
The Civilians resurrect a multi-talented queer raconteur in a Chelsea townhouse for a uniquely intimate experience. Joey Sims reviews.
Nicole Serratore, a human, and Phyl, a plant, discuss a funny, probing show which looks at plant intelligence and life.
Prince Gomolvilas uses horror tropes to tell a story about ghosts, and grief. Loren Noveck reviews.
A cracking good story of the rebirth of British newspaper The Sun and the pervasive influence of Rupert Murdoch. Juliet Hindell reviews.
Mushroom as metaphor in a play about a father’s complex relationship with his adult daughters. Loren Noveck reviews.
Enda Walsh brilliantly translates a complicated postmodern novel about grief to the stage. Kev Berry reviews.
“That Guy” infects our collective bloodstream, in a play Joey Sims calls “theater as a scream of pain.”