Juan Ramirez finds more repetitions of an idea than productive variations on a theme in Eboni Booth’s new play for the Atlantic.
Tom Stoppard mashes up Shakespeare, Wittgenstein, underground Czechoslovakian theater, and an investigation into the limits of language, with surprisingly hilarious results. Ran Xia reviews.
Cameron Kelsall finds nothing authentic in Carla Ching’s “compendium of clichés.”
A bio-play about Van Halen, where the men are played by women, examines gender and fandom. Lane Williamson reviews.
Clare Lizzimore gets in the head of a woman trying to hold herself together. Tom Wicker reviews.
Assigning blame: Todd Backus reviews a play inspired by the life of political cartoonist Victor Weisz, as part of the Potomac Theatre Project’s new season.