Loren Noveck immerses herself in a full-on simulation of a K-pop “factory” and comes out humming.
The door slams. What next? Loren Noveck explores how three New York playwrights are reimagining Ibsen’s feminist classic.
Loren Noveck reviews a play about its own impossibility to be, in the face of the impossibly huge challenge of climate change.
Christina Masciotti examines the hurdles facing the current generation of war veterans. Loren Noveck reviews.
Loren Noveck reviews Henry Naylor’s pair of one-acts about gender and violence in the Middle East.
Loren Noveck reviews Julia Jarcho’s fairytale/horror story inspired by archetypal fears and a little Gogol.
Appreciating the comforts and annoyances of Planet Earth, with Ethan Lipton. Loren Noveck reviews.
Loren Noveck reviews Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ modern spin on a medieval morality play.
Loren Noveck finds this Royal Court production of Caryl Churchill “unresolved but oddly satisfying.”
Basil Kreimendahl’s new play about Vietnam, memory and manhood. Loren Noveck reviews.
Loren Novek reviews the transfer of Phyllida Lloyd’s The Tempest to St Ann’s Warehouse.
Adam Bock sets us up, to better upend expectations. Loren Noveck reviews.
Loren Noveck discovers “a darkly luminous meditation on freedom, captivity, mortality, and memory.”
Loren Noveck suits up to review Sarah DeLappe’s “planet of teenage girls” in NYC.
“Feverish and claustrophobic”: Loren Noveck reviews the staging of a lesser-known Tennessee Williams play.