Daniel Krane felt the beating heart of this show, but it left him craving more love poems and less enigma.
Billy Porter directs and revises a concert production of this 1997 musical with varying degrees of success, but a standout performance by Ledisi is worth any bumps along the way. Lane Williamson reviews.
Basil Twist’s simple, haunting puppets embody ancient Chinese myths. Loren Noveck reviews.
Exposition bogs down a play about the neuroscience of memory and the persistence of trauma. Loren Noveck reviews.
Lloyd Suh’s comedy exposes the hollow promise at the root of shallow theatrical representation. Daniel Krane reviews.
Hansol Jung’s new play at Soho Rep asks what it means to make a family, and how we live when that goes wrong. Loren Noveck reviews.
Director Arin Arbus digs into Shakespeare’s play to show us, anew, what’s been there all along. Patrick Maley reviews.
Juliet Hindell reviews an inventively wacky two-man musical about the unsung dog heroes at the heart of the Russian space program.
New dimensions are drawn from the characters of Lynn Nottage’s play in an operatic adaptation with music by Ricky Ian Gordon. Patrick J. Maley reviews.
Pam Tanowitz + T.S. Eliot + Kathleen Chalfant + Brice Marden = a cornucopia of dance theater. Loren Noveck reviews.