Transport Group premieres a new musical about a young Edna St. Vincent Millay with a lush score by Carmel Dean, but a confused dramatic perspective. Lane Williamson reviews.
Richard Patterson reviews Dickie Beau’s challenging drag tribute to Monroe and Garland.
Christina Masciotti examines the hurdles facing the current generation of war veterans. Loren Noveck reviews.
Patrick Maley enjoys the snacks, not so much the drama, in Target Margin’s revival.
Loren Noveck reviews Julia Jarcho’s fairytale/horror story inspired by archetypal fears and a little Gogol.
Jordan G. Teicher reviews the newest poetry performance by DarkMatter.
Katie Ebner-Landy reviews a show involving everything from popular science to aquatic birds and papier-mâché masks.
“It’s imperfect, of course, but its imperfections…are part of the whole.” Loren Noveck reviews Pan Pan Theatre Company’s take on Chekhov.
Alison Walls reviews a show that “for all the skill on display and apparent desire to be avant-garde, is deeply regressive.”
Goodbye past, hello fame; Jonathan Capdevielle’s bumpy coming-of-age story is a raw, stand-out performance in American Realness/COIL.