Revisiting a personally pivotal Daniel Kitson show now streaming online, Nicole Serratore visits her past self.
A one-on-one theater theater piece online asks questions about the role of audience and the power of memory. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Joey Sims compares two approaches to Zoom plays that have emerged during quarantine: the more traditional theatre-like style of MCC’s “Beirut” and the scrappier, internet-acknowledging “The Honeycomb Trilogy” from Gideon Productions.
A polished streamed reading shows the possibility of the format, but launches with a dated satirical Mamet play. Cameron Kelsall streams and reviews.
Richard Nelson brings his Apply Family back for a Zoom call for our times. Joey Sims reviews the streaming experience.
Mud, laughs, and tears. Nicole Serratore streams Hamlet with Lars Eidinger and she’s not okay.
Hilary Bettis’s new play works best when it trusts its smallness. Joey Sims reviews.
Rebellious and fractious, this new musical never quite pulls off its intentional tonal dissonance. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Like Bob Dylan’s music itself, this quasi-jukebox musical from Conor McPherson is filled with yearning, sadness, and humanity. Patrick Maley reviews.
Celine Song’s new play mixes brutal truth, barnstorming set pieces, and a bit of magic. Joey Sims reviews.