Julia Cho pushes the boundaries of taste exploring gun violence. Lane Williamson reviews.
Lane Williamson finds a lifeless production in director John Doyle’s hands, starring Ellen Burstyn.
Harold Prince considers his own life in the theater in the musical revue Prince of Broadway
Lane Williams reviews New York City Opera’s truncated, sometimes thrilling adaptation.
Lane Williamson feels spun out by Hamish Linklater’s turntable of acting moments.
Rearranging the furniture: Lane Williamson reviews Martin Sherman’s new play at the Public Theater.
An alien gives the audience some unsatisfying hickeys, courtesy of Ken Urban. Lane Williamson reviews.
“We’re all Antrobuses:” Lane Williamson reviews Theatre for a New Audience’s probing revival.
“Considerable trouble and considerable joy” in Encores! production of Big River. Lane Williamson reviews.
The New Group’s revival of Sweet Charity breathes contemporary life into a worthy musical. Lane Williamson reviews.
Irish Repertory’s revival offers welcome, if not wholly effective, escapism. Lane Williamson reviews.
Simon Stephens’ new play turns a May-December romance on its head.