The latest entry in Richard Nelson’s “Rhinebeck Panorama” is missing the alchemy that made the previous plays so successful. Lane Williamson reviews.
Dead Centre presents a meditation on death and grief with a remarkable performance from a young actor. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Real-life couple Nadia Bowers and Corey Stoll take different approaches to the Macbeths in John Doyle’s tragi-comic production. Maya Phillips reviews.
Sure the production is a people-pleaser, but Nicole Serratore wants you to focus on Tammy Blanchard and no one else.
Harvey Fierstein gives a warm portrayal of legendary political figure Bella Abzug, while challenging the audience to consider some uncomfortable political truths of today. Joey Sims reviews.
A gripping production of Brian Friel’s interlaced monologues. Patrick Maley reviews.
Brazillian director Christiane Jatahy brings her theatre-and-film adaptation of Chekhov’s “Three Sisters” to BAM in an excavation of three women’s psyches. Lane Williamson reviews.
Ntozake Shange’s choreopoem offers serious beauty against an awful world in a joyous production at The Public. Juan Ramirez reviews.
Cameron Kelsall thought he’d seen it all when it came to Macbeth. But then this clever, tuneful musical adaptation that transports Birnam Wood to a 1970s fast-food joint snuck in through the drive-thru window.
Using a modern aesthetic at times and classical practices, this Japanese puppet drama remains a bit cool. Alison Walls reviews.