John Lennon and Paul McCartney forge their iconic bond in this simplistic, but ultimately moving play by Bob Stevens. Joey Sims reviews.
Stylish and cool, with some incongruous choices, but a talented cast give a thoughtful exploration of Pinter’s famous play. Maya Phillips reviews.
This mash-up of Ancient Greek messenger speeches tries to break conventionality with a roving audience and miles of caution tape, but it ends up falling into its own traps. Alison Walls reviews.
An avant-garde choose your own adventure from Pig Iron and Mimi Lien ends up curiously empty. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
Keith Hamilton Cobb’s impassioned argument for having a voice in his own representation is compelling, but also holds too much back. Juan A. Ramirez reviews.
Loose connections but stronger feelings bring a sense of community to a devised work by The HawtPlates. Joey Sims reviews
Despite a bumpy road, a new musical by Filipino American artists about Filipino American characters, Felix Starro, has a compelling destination. Caroline Cao reviews.
Playwright Bess Wohl finds a new angle on the familiar tale of family collapse. Alison Walls reviews.
Weaving together Noël Coward’s songs and letters, Irish Rep’s cabaret piece is “unwaveringly affectionate” to the noted raconteur and capitalizes on his clever wordplay. Juliet Hindell reviews.
Cameron Kelsall is not complaining about Kathleen Clark’s sweet-natured love letter to the ethos of community theater, featuring a star turn by Penny Fuller.