A 60 year anniversary does not a compelling revival make. Molly Grogan reviews.
When God gets served his own existential hell. Molly Grogan reviews.
Molly Grogan reviews Romeo Castellucci’s autopsy of speech at Federal Hall.
Molly Grogan reviews Peter Brook’s distillation of The Mahabharata, scaled for today.
Molly Grogan considers the merits of future shock.
Molly Grogan goes back to middle school to find that history keeps repeating.
The Civilians go knocking at death’s door. Molly Grogan finds them alive and well.
Dan O’Neil finds that eclectic ingredients don’t always make for a successful recipe.
Molly Grogan sits down to the latest and concluding episodes of Nature Theater of Oklahoma’s verbatim epic.
Molly Grogan is dealt a full hand of queens in Krzysztof Warlikowski’s production.
This “silent” play got our NYC critics talking. Here’s Kev Berry, Molly Grogan and Nicole Serratore on the comic and metaphysical tensions of Ars Nova/Bess Wohl’s critically acclaimed production.
The Young Vic’s 2014 production of “Streetcar” sounds a little tone deaf in its US premiere but strikes a nerve with its battle of the sexes, where Gillian Anderson delivers a Blanche DuBois we can root for.
The US premiere of “A Girl is a Half-formed Thing” continues the Corn Exchange’s winning streak with Eimear McBride’s scorching novel.
Soho Rep. gets comfy with Alice Birch’s feminist revolution.
Rafael Spregelburd opens Pandora’s box with SPAM. It couldn’t be more fun watching disaster strike.