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.
Loren Noveck reviews Anne Washburn’s “unsettling and magically strange” new play in New York.
“It’s imperfect, of course, but its imperfections…are part of the whole.” Loren Noveck reviews Pan Pan Theatre Company’s take on Chekhov.
The cracks start to show through the polished facade of Danai Gurira’s perfect family.
Loren Novek reviews Sky-Pony’s kitsch but charming rock fairy tale.
Edward Einhorn’s adaptation “never takes shape as either the story of an investigation or a noirish look into the darker, more opaque sides of human nature.”
Intimacy between inmates: Loren Noveck finds a message “of understanding and compassion” in Open Clasp’s portrayal of female prisoners.
Fumbling in the darkness.
A hollow vision of ‘home’.
Instead of a letter.