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.
A multimedia adaptation of Paddy Chayefsky’s film by Ivo van Hove rams home the contemporary relevance of how media can go completely mad.
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.
Krista Knight’s play looks at a toxic relationship and the shedding of skin to escape it. Ran Xia reviews.
Equal parts exhilarating and mystifying, hilarious and stupefying, empowering and conflicting. The Cher Show arrives on Broadway.