Nicole Serratore and Loren Noveck jointly review this bilingual play that yearns for a connection that sometimes feels all too elusive.
Cross-cultural confusion abounds in this funny but introspective look at a unique moment in theater history and in the lives of a group of Chinese artists. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Lorin Wertheimer wonders how far a safe space extends in Nathan Alan Davis’ epic three-part play.
Sean O’Casey’s Dublin trilogy is revived by Druid Theatre Company with the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see all three plays in one day-long marathon. Juliet Hindell reviews.
Ossie Davis’s segregation-era satire has lost none of its bite and this frenetic production balances laughter, beauty, and social critique perfectly. Nicole Serratore reviews.
A medieval retelling that puts women back in the picture, with mixed results. Loren Noveck reviews.
With a thumping heartbeat, Claus Guth’s production of Schubert’s Swan Song portrays a soldier’s journey towards death. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Theresa Rebeck’s new play, set in a plant shop, leaves our critic green with envy. Lorin Wertheimer reviews.
Normandy Sherwood’s hallucinatory dreamscape isn’t like anything Loren Noveck has ever seen before.
Rachel Bloom planned to tour a show in spring 2020. Life, and death, got in the way. Three years later, does her brand of musical comedy still speak to us? Loren Noveck reviews.