A Palestinian dreamer’s rocket launch to the moon makes for a wonderful premise, but it drags in spots and leans on cliché. Joey Sims reviews.
Ambitious gun culture satire sometimes misses the target. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Park Avenue Armory presents a commissioned work from Richard Jones, director of 2017’s smash production of “The Hairy Ape”, but the equation of that success doesn’t add up here. Lane Williamson reviews.
Drag superstars BenDeLaCreme and Jinkx Monsoon ring in the holidays as only they can. Richard Patterson reviews.
A #selfie-filled road trip through a broken America. Loren Noveck reviews.
Juan A. Ramirez is sufficiently spooked by Lucas Hnath’s new play that looks at one woman’s connection to the space between life and death.
Sometimes a stage flub can stick with you. Joey Sims had such an experience with New York theatre stalwart David Rasche in 2013 and again in Rasche’s cabaret debut at Feinstein’s/54 Below.
Juan Ramirez finds Stephen Adly Guirgis’s newest play “intensely watchable” and “refreshingly nonjudgmental.”
The National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene follows up their acclaimed production of Fiddler on the Roof with this enjoyable Cinderella riff that Tevye and his daughters may actually have seen. Jordan Teicher reviews.
Haircuts and community abound in this exhilarating production from London’s National Theatre that has stayed with Juan A. Ramirez since he first saw it a year ago.