Primary Stages presents A.R. Gurney’s trio of plays about “the waning of WASP culture,” but a little more mining is required to bring out his “dark, distinctive voice.” Joey Sims reviews.
Conor McPherson employs Bob Dylan songs to thrilling effect in a new Depression-era musical. Lane Williamson reviews.
Richard Bean’s The Nap is a mostly funny comedy that loses it’s mirth with tasteless trans jokes. Kev Berry reviews.
This Shakespearean pub-crawl is smart, light-hearted, and provides rigorous engagement with the material. Patrick Maley reviews.
A late-career Tennessee Williams play features hallmarks of his earlier work, but still brings some originality. Lane Williamson reviews.
Gunnar Montana’s free-spirited fun house, Kink Haüs, has room to grow. Richard Patterson reviews.
A depressingly relevant play about the necessity, the impossibility, and the complexity of ethical, unbiased journalism. Loren Noveck reviews.
Edie Falco brings nuance and passion to her role of political fixer in a play that could use more spark. Joey Sims reviews.
A stellar central performance dominates this new play by Jaki McCarrick, but the production languishes in its naturalism. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Despite a flawed framing device, David Staller dusts off George Bernard Shaw’s play for a vigorous interpretation. Lane Williamson reviews.