A family works through their trauma in the shadow of the first WalMart. Lane Williamson reviews.
The BAM Next Wave Festival kicks off with a movement-theater piece from the Belgian company FC Bergman that exposes the hidden lives of a small village. Lane Williamson reviews.
Julia Jarcho and Jennifer Seastone are magnetic as two sides of the same character in Jarcho’s latest play. Loren Noveck reviews.
A Gertrude Stein opera libretto transformed into a bravura one-man show by the great David Greenspan. Loren Noveck reviews.
An inventive production of Daniel K. Isaac’s ambitious play on family history and folk tales. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Writer/Director Robert Icke returns to the Armory with two productions from the Almeida Theatre presented in repertory, to disparate results. Lane Williamson reviews.
The two Broadway stars craft a spectacular duo cabaret show that explores their past careers and their future hopes. Lane Williamson reviews.
A smart, funny, and complex play by Kathy Ng about the persistent ghosts in our lives (or apartments). Nicole Serratore reviews.
The Stephen Sondheim & James Lapine musical returns to Broadway with an impeccable cast, but an unremarkable concert staging. Lane Williamson reviews.
Rodney Bush and Eric Rosen cap off Pride weekend celebrating the gay poet Walt Whitman with an exhilarating song cycle based on “Leaves of Grass.” Lane Williamson reviews.