Another lost classic by Alice Childress returns to the New York stage with a strong message but a muddy production. Loren Noveck reviews.
“The temerity to see yourself at the center of it all”: Does Will Eno’s newest critique the myth of the hero’s journey, or just give us another example of it? Ran Xia isn’t so sure.
This rarely produced Shakespeare play “illuminates the utter divide between the rich and the poor.” Ran Xia reviews.
María Irene Fornés’s groundbreaking work of environmental theater still feels radical forty years later. Loren Noveck reviews.
Does this love letter succeed in rectifying the public image of a lost soul mate? Alicia Kort reviews.
Loren Noveck reviews Adrienne Kennedy’s first new play in a decade.
“We’re all Antrobuses:” Lane Williamson reviews Theatre for a New Audience’s probing revival.
A wonderful mind.
Madness and mortality.