Rebellious and fractious, this new musical never quite pulls off its intentional tonal dissonance. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Claire Barron tries to break into the world of teen girls competition dancing. Loren Noveck reviews.
Cameron Kelsall reviews Robert O’Hara’s “feminist” play.
Curtis Russell reviews “a rare miss” from Sarah Ruhl: “safe and sane and totally harmless.”
Kirsten Childs’ larger than life heroine does some serious booty-smacking. Dan O’Neil reviews.
Kev Berry reviews Zayd Dohrn’s play about Muslim American identities.
Dan O’Neil reviews Dan LeFranc’s newest play.
Jordan G. Teicher discovers cultural misunderstandings are better digested over a bowl of soup.
Loren Noveck reviews Anne Washburn’s “unsettling and magically strange” new play in New York.
The cracks start to show through the polished facade of Danai Gurira’s perfect family.