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.
Keelay Gipson writes and directs a surreal dark comedy about trauma, where the monsters are real. Loren Noveck reviews.
Talene Monahon imagines the real lives behind the Salem Witch Trials, to chilling effect. Loren Noveck reviews.
What begins as a stylishly absurd comedic treatment of Lizzie Borden goes to a much stranger place, with mixed but enjoyable results. Loren Noveck reviews.
Ethan Lipton’s enjoyable Western has some fuzziness around the edges that made our critic think about the films of Jim Jarmusch. 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.
Will Arbery’s play brings the laughs alongside the panic attack. Joey Sims reviews.
Lane Williamson considers The Bengsons’ “complicated relationship with the truth” in their newest musical.
Molly Grogan reviews Sinking Ship Productions’ adaptation of the Kafka short story.
Tom Wicker reviews Daniel Alexander Jones’ ode to race, queerness and difference.