Joan Didion wrote, “We tell ourselves stories in order to live.” But how do we make sense of a world in disorder? Richard Patterson reviews.
Aleshea Harris’s new play is socially-critical theater with an engaged, energized cast.
Tom Stoppard interrogates whether a thermostat has consciousness potential, and why we have consciousness at all. Loren Noveck reviews.
The dancers are back on the line and as thrilling as ever in a new Encores! production. Lane Williamson reviews.
A volcanic performance by Raúl Esparza outshines the flaws in this revival of Brecht’s allegory play. Lane Williamson reviews.
A shocking twist can’t save a paper-thin script. Loren Noveck reviews.
An ambitious, complex, at times unwieldy play that dramatizes the relationship between humans and the digital sphere as much as the relationships among its characters. Loren Noveck reviews.
“Let it be enough,” the title character implores at the end of Will Eno’s play, but our critic doubts that possibility with this revival. Joey Sims reviews.
This perky, hopeful new musical with catchy tunes makes even this critic-grouch optimistic. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Mia Chung shatters expectations with her smart, challenging new family play. Alicia Kort reviews.