Edie Falco brings nuance and passion to her role of political fixer in a play that could use more spark. Joey Sims reviews.
A stellar central performance dominates this new play by Jaki McCarrick, but the production languishes in its naturalism. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Despite a flawed framing device, David Staller dusts off George Bernard Shaw’s play for a vigorous interpretation. Lane Williamson reviews.
Lane Williamson reviews The Public Works’ celebratory production, anchored by Shaina Taub’s inventive score and lyrics.
Tracy Letts’s play about the many lives within one woman takes some puzzle-solving. Loren Noveck reviews.
Ivo van Hove directs the Comédie Française in an adaptation of the Luchino Visconti film. Molly Grogan reviews.
The horrors of adolescent get brought to the fore in this soul-bearing verbatim piece devised from teen diaries. Alicia Kort reviews
Anya Richkind doesn’t dive too deep in this coming-of-age story that gets gory. Jordan G. Teicher reviews.
A conventional plot mires a post-Sandy Coney Island tale in Rinne Groff’s new play. Loren Noveck reviews.
Ran Xia reviews Catherine Filloux’s latest play about women in detention.