Jordan G. Teicher reviews Simon Stephens’ play about three generations of a dysfunctional family.
Jordan G. Teacher finds some satisfying challenges in Series A of the festival.
Jordan G. Teicher reviews Matt Cox’s tribute to the under-celebrated Hogwarts house.
“Mindlessness seems to have won the day” in a frenetic, supersized new Broadway musical of Charlie & the Chocolate Factory.
In David Mamet’s new play, it’s a sad, sad, sad, sad world. Jordan G. Teicher reviews.
Jordan G. Teicher reviews Tooting Arts Club’s “uniquely terrifying” revival.
Jordan G. Teicher reviews New Yiddish Rep’s revival of this once “obscene” play.
In The Builders Association’s alt-Oz, Jordan G. Teicher discovers there’s no place like phone.
Jordan G. Teicher reviews the newest poetry performance by DarkMatter.
Jordan G. Teicher discovers cultural misunderstandings are better digested over a bowl of soup.
Jordan G. Teicher finds the image of photographer Alice Austen’s life a little too devoid of colour.
Succeeding in evoking the beauty and the hell of a young man’s coming-of-age.
Jordan G. Teicher sees a man step into the Jack Black-est of Jack Black’s shoes.
Setting undergrad hearts aflutter.