A roommate comedy from Lily Akerman too frequently skims the surface. Nicole Serratore reviews
Talene Monahon’s new play is based on interviews with historical reenactors, but in a moment of political tension, their love of history is called into doubt. Joey Sims reviews.
John Lennon and Paul McCartney forge their iconic bond in this simplistic, but ultimately moving play by Bob Stevens. Joey Sims reviews.
Buzzing, humming, and full of imagination, this play about a school fight looks at the conflicts of growing up. Ran Xia reviews.
A verbally expressive audience livened up this well-trod play about Queen Elizabeth and Margaret Thatcher. Joey Sims reviews.
Skillful design is failed by a contrived, thin narrative in this puppet-driven show. Nicole Serratore reviews.
In this dramatization of a real document from 1942, American soldiers have a little too much fun in a quaint British town and are given the titular pamphlet to tame their Yankee impulses. Alicia Kort reviews.
Erin Mallon’s play is a welcome escape into something nice. Dan O’Neil reviews.
With an ambitious visual landscape, this compulsively-watchable devised piece looks into what makes us human. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Jordan G. Teacher finds some satisfying challenges in Series A of the festival.