Playwright Larissa FastHorse’s New York debut is a “frequently funny, occasionally obvious satire of performative wokeness.” Cameron Kelsall reviews.
A late-career Tennessee Williams play is marked by “a frank discussion of female sexuality and gay liberation” in a revival by Regeneration Theatre Company. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
In Mariah MacCarthy’s play, these dark and depraved teens go to extremes. Juliet Hindell reviews.
The overarching impact is as elusive as the act of remembering in Ngozi Anyanwu’s new play. Kev Berry reviews.
Raising questions about fact and truth without answering any, this new play starring Daniel Radcliffe functions like a half-written sentence. Alicia Kort reviews.
Comedy legend Elaine May cannot not save Kenneth Lonergan’s pandering look at dementia, caretaking, and family. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
Joey Sims and Lane Williamson dialogue about Samuel D. Hunter’s deeply affecting pair of plays at Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre.
Transport Group premieres a new musical about a young Edna St. Vincent Millay with a lush score by Carmel Dean, but a confused dramatic perspective. Lane Williamson reviews.
Cinematic prince of pessimism Todd Solondz makes an assured theatrical debut at the Flea. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
This new play from Jez Butterworth, an epic tapestry set in Northern Ireland, starts to unravel once you pick at the threads. Dan O’Neil reviews.