Gordon Dahlquist’s new play for NAATCO is intriguingly intricate but doesn’t quite live up to its potential. Loren Noveck reviews.
Buzzing, humming, and full of imagination, this play about a school fight looks at the conflicts of growing up. Ran Xia reviews.
A verbally expressive audience livened up this well-trod play about Queen Elizabeth and Margaret Thatcher. Joey Sims reviews.
Shakespeare in the Park kicks off with an all-black production of this summery rom-com, but leaves our critic wondering, “Can black joy be enough?”. Maya Phillips reviews.
Trapped in a bad date that won’t end, Terrence McNally’s play tests our patience. Nicole Serratore resists and reviews.
A witty, smart production brings out the absurdity, the poignancy, and the cruelty in Zhu Yi’s rich script . . . and also, there are sheep. Loren Noveck reviews.
Donald Margulies’s new play left our critic feeling like she’d seen it all before. Maya Phillips reviews.
A new interpretation of Little Women from Kate Hamill delivers a garbled message about identity and pursuing your dreams. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Cameron Kelsall finds nothing authentic in Carla Ching’s “compendium of clichés.”
Jesse Eisenberg’s new play features a curiously flat performance from Susan Sarandon as a community theatre star. Lane Williamson reviews.