María Irene Fornés’s groundbreaking work of environmental theater still feels radical forty years later. Loren Noveck reviews.
With recent revisions from Tony Kushner, there is quiet and bombastic brilliance in this play, but he still does not quite trust his audience. Alison Walls reviews.
In Daniel Kitson’s storytelling show, he looks back on his past and is surprised by what he finds. Nicole Serratore reflects along with him.
In an otherwise “formulaic family tragedy,” a standout performance by Pat Bowie raises the stakes. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
A trailer park in a snow storm becomes an arena for gravity and joint-defying physical theatre in this hilarious and surprising piece from Belgium. Lane Williamson reviews.
Will Eno’s latest play shuffles the deck of life and the cards come up with varying degrees of satisfaction. Dan O’Neil reviews.
Bedlam puts the actors where the audience would be in this gripping revival of Arthur Miller’s play. Patrick Maley reviews.
A real life attack of sexual violence is refracted through multiple perspectives and the distance of memory in this adaptation of an Édouard Louis novel from the Schaubühne Berlin. Juan A. Ramirez reviews.
A stage adaptation of Édouard Louis’ queer coming of age novel brings up our writer’s own childhood memories. Joey Sims reviews.
Director Sammi Cannold’s vision works overtime to erase some of the ingrained misogyny in this classic musical. It’s mostly successful and features a revelatory performance from Solea Pfeiffer. Lane Williamson reviews.