Zora Howard adds subtlety and depth to the kitchen sink drama. Alison Walls reviews.
Juan Ramirez finds more repetitions of an idea than productive variations on a theme in Eboni Booth’s new play for the Atlantic.
Charles Busch is a legend, but Juan Ramirez finds his newest play a little too retro for its own good.
A silent film rendered on stage by live bodies can’t achieve the effects of its source medium. Lane Williamson reviews.
What do a nerd, a princess, a skull, and poo have in common? They are characters in this “infectious” musical that takes place, where else, in your phone. Joey Sims reviews.
The Tony-winning powerhouse shows why she’s a star in this intimate celebration of her career at Feinstein’s/54 Below. Lane Williamson reviews.
Breaking down toxic masculinity in the military and life, Cezary Tomaszewski’s dance-driven piece reminds us of the joys of being ourselves. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Misery is abundant in this new opera by Ricky Ian Gordon. Joey Sims reviews.
Talene Monahon’s new play is based on interviews with historical reenactors, but in a moment of political tension, their love of history is called into doubt. Joey Sims reviews.
Exploiting one character’s trauma to help others to their emotional growth, this new musical tokenizes the experiences of vulnerable people. Teresa Kilzi reviews.