Ghosts are hard to escape in these two parts of Mfoniso Udofia’s Ufot Cycle, but the family matriarch, Abasiama, forces herself to try. Ran Xia reviews.
Jason Danieley gives a “Heart to Heart” in this honest, moving cabaret show about his late wife, Marin Mazzie. Lane Williamson reviews.
A “truly exhausting book club meeting” tries to solve the Millennial question in Jack Thorne’s latest. Juan A. Ramirez reviews.
Original and unexpected, but an uneven tone weakens this new play by Alexis Scheer. Juan A. Ramirez reviews.
8 years of Shakespearean pubcrawls has taught the artists behind ShakesBEER a lot. Patrick Maley explores the history of this NYC tradition.
The West Village of the past is resurrected in Cusi Cram’s elegiac play that happens in and around Rattlestick’s theatre, bringing to life the AIDS patients and the saints that inhabited St. Vincent’s Hospital. Lane Williamson reviews.
Enormous moles exhaust their possibilities in this adventurous French production. Dan O’Neil reviews.
John Lennon and Paul McCartney forge their iconic bond in this simplistic, but ultimately moving play by Bob Stevens. Joey Sims reviews.
This mash-up of Ancient Greek messenger speeches tries to break conventionality with a roving audience and miles of caution tape, but it ends up falling into its own traps. Alison Walls reviews.
Keith Hamilton Cobb’s impassioned argument for having a voice in his own representation is compelling, but also holds too much back. Juan A. Ramirez reviews.