Six modern women enter a convent in Jessica Dickey’s new play, but the results end up being the same for all. Alicia Kort reviews.
A bio-play about Van Halen, where the men are played by women, examines gender and fandom. Lane Williamson reviews.
This world premiere by Helen Banner is messy and unpredictable – qualities our critic finds intriguing. Joey Sims reviews.
At the 4th annual Exponential Festival, Nicole Serratore finds frequent laughs and is only mildly hostile about taking off her shoes.
Does this love letter succeed in rectifying the public image of a lost soul mate? Alicia Kort reviews.
A bio-play about Arturo Toscanini is drowned out by its own music. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
Joseph Keckler’s song cycle mixes an operatic baritone voice with pop music harmonies to create a distinctive theatrical beast. Lane Williamson reviews.
With rage, confusion, pain, and release a group of veterans unburden themselves with their stories of the past. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Jack Ferver’s evening of dance that centers queerness, obsession, and pain finds moments of levity and fun while delving deep.
Six translations of Uncle Vanya at the same time. Absurdism ensues. Loren Noveck reviews.