Caryl Churchill’s dense political play can be challenging to unpack even in this fleet production by Rachel Chavkin
Sachiyo Takahashi executes a meditative journey through miniature universes of longing. Molly Grogan reviews.
Clones, immigration and identity in Kristin Marting’s high-tech production. Loren Noveck reviews.
Ran Xia reviews the US premiere of Nikos Karathanos’ update.
Claire Barron tries to break into the world of teen girls competition dancing. Loren Noveck reviews.
Condola Rashad makes for a deeply human and charismatic Saint Joan. Alex Barasch reviews.
It crams in too much and skips salient issues but this jukebox musical still ends up being a lot of fun.
Marin Ireland and Nathan Darrow heat up this minimalist production of the Tennessee Williams’s play.
Alicia Kort reviews the Mobile Unit’s newest production.
Dizzying and dazzling, this superb Stoppard revival from director Patrick Marber zips along.