Cameron Kelsall reviews Ma-Yi Theater’s subversive transposition of Richard III to a contemporary American high school.
Is graffiti “the last line of defense for effective advocacy?” Ran Xia reviews Blessed Unrest’s portrait of Chicago’s graffiti scene.
Puppets drive a Chomsky-esque investigation into current technological advances. Loren Noveck reviews.
With an ambitious visual landscape, this compulsively-watchable devised piece looks into what makes us human. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Lily Thorne painstakingly makes quiet drama of an undramatic death. Joey Sims reviews.
Erica Fae dramatizes Sarah Wakefield’s story of captivity among the Sioux. Molly Grogan reviews.
Pregnancy and childbirth bring out a sense of community but also shallow storytelling in this new play by Chiara Atik.
Erin Markey wrestles with love-as-aggression. Joey Sims reviews.
Hook & Eye takes inspiration from Eleanor Roosevelt’s women’s work camps. Alison Walls reviews.
Cameron Kelsall reviews this revival of Stephen Adly Guirgis’s play, directed by Phylicia Rashad.