Adrienne Truscott brings an inclusive team approach to a new looser version of her still devastating comedy show about rape culture. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Japan’s Shizuoka Performing Arts Center translates a Greek classic with “cinematic beauty” and stunning visuals. Maya Phillips reviews.
Ghosts are hard to escape in these two parts of Mfoniso Udofia’s Ufot Cycle, but the family matriarch, Abasiama, forces herself to try. Ran Xia reviews.
Jason Danieley gives a “Heart to Heart” in this honest, moving cabaret show about his late wife, Marin Mazzie. Lane Williamson reviews.
A “truly exhausting book club meeting” tries to solve the Millennial question in Jack Thorne’s latest. Juan A. Ramirez reviews.
Original and unexpected, but an uneven tone weakens this new play by Alexis Scheer. Juan A. Ramirez reviews.
Beautiful, haunting, but still predictable new play with Jonathan Pryce and Eileen Atkins. Maya Phillips reviews.
The West Village of the past is resurrected in Cusi Cram’s elegiac play that happens in and around Rattlestick’s theatre, bringing to life the AIDS patients and the saints that inhabited St. Vincent’s Hospital. Lane Williamson reviews.
Jaclyn Backhaus’s latest is a feminist confection full of cheerily subversive little soap bubbles of delight. Loren Noveck reviews.
Enormous moles exhaust their possibilities in this adventurous French production. Dan O’Neil reviews.