Joey Sims finds a missed opportunity to tell a truly powerful story in Donja R. Love’s newest play.
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.
Playwright Abbie Spallen has talent for description but a strong first act in this play set in Northern Ireland is weakened by a meandering second. Jordan Teicher reviews.
Lane Williamson finds himself of two conflicting minds about the frustrating and entertaining two-part Matthew Lopez play about gay men in America.
This parody of the 2003 romantic comedy offers plenty of laughs for the film’s fans. Juliet Hindell reviews.
An earnest holiday treat destined to bring tears to your eyes. Kev Berry weeps and reviews.
María Irene Fornés’s groundbreaking work of environmental theater still feels radical forty years later. Loren Noveck reviews.
With recent revisions from Tony Kushner, there is quiet and bombastic brilliance in this play, but he still does not quite trust his audience. Alison Walls reviews.