Loren Noveck doesn’t quite know whether to laugh or cry at this workplace comedy about Russian social media trolls that’s both terrifyingly realistic and absurdly hilarious.
Going full maximalism, this live streaming show is skewering satire of white supremacy in gay circles.
A Zoom show about listening and distance offers moments of connection, with a surprise appearance of a cat. Nicole Serratore reviews.
An online rendering of Conor McPherson’s The Weir highlights our pandemic loneliness. Pat Maley reviews.
Belarus Free Theatre expands the boundaries of a laptop or tablet with their imaginative livestream experience. Daniel Krane reviews.
7 Daughters of Eve and Sibyl Kempson gather worshipers together for a delicate new form of theater-church. Janaki Ranpura gives thanks and praise.
The Homebound Project offers a tasty theatrical buffet with 11 bite-sized shorts by playwrights like Anne Washburn and Ngozi Anyanwu. Daniel Krane sups on the series’ sustenance.
Revisiting a personally pivotal Daniel Kitson show now streaming online, Nicole Serratore visits her past self.
A one-on-one theater theater piece online asks questions about the role of audience and the power of memory. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Joey Sims compares two approaches to Zoom plays that have emerged during quarantine: the more traditional theatre-like style of MCC’s “Beirut” and the scrappier, internet-acknowledging “The Honeycomb Trilogy” from Gideon Productions.