Can you create friendship and connection when you are controlling the audience? Nicole Serratore reviews the new play by Nassim Soleimanpour.
Tim and Tyne Daly are cast against type in a play written for them and their real-life sibling rapport doesn’t shine through. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
Peter Brook and Marie-Hélène Estienne ask how a person can atone for their crimes in a moving new theatrical work. Joey Sims reviews.
Amy Heckerling’s musical adaptation of her classic ’90s film is a good time, but not necessarily good theatre. Joey Sims reviews.
Erin Mallon’s play is a welcome escape into something nice. Dan O’Neil reviews.
Explicit, provocative, and rich with intentional ambiguity, Jeremy O. Harris’s Slave Play mixes shocked laughter with deep discomfort.
The tragicomic, or comitragic, epic journey of a woman who made herself once, and now has to do it all over again. Loren Noveck reviews.
In Noura, a refugee lives in exile from herself, trying to reconcile her past and her present. Loren Noveck reviews.
The Jungle asks if even the worst of places can become a home. Ran Xia reviews.
A “living sculpture” that pays tribute to the forgotten African heroes of the Great War. Juliet Hindell reviews.