Docudrama about mill worker/activist Ella May Wiggins gives a glimpse into labor history
Bleary-eyed, late night conversation of comics, sexuality, and connection in Noah Mease’s Omega Kids. Nicole Serratore reviews.
The Assembly looks back on 1960’s protest and action in HOME/SICK.
Nicole Serratore reviews Sam Gold’s bold reimaging of the Tennessee Williams’ classic
Penelope Skinner subverts expectations about women, competition, and aging in her new play.
A riot grrl musical take on Antigone channels her rage into action. Nicole Serratore reviews.
A New York Times review sparked fury for critiquing Mark Twain’s racial politics. Here, Nicole Serratore steps into the critical dispute over Big River and representation in theatre.
Dear Evan Hansen, a new musical by Pasek & Paul, speaking to the invisible teen in all of us.
New play, Alligator, by Hilary Bettis tries to get into the muck of human relationships
Playwright Qui Nguyen merges a comic book aesthetic with his parents’ romance in a refugee camp
Simon McBurney provides an aural rollercoaster and intellectual whiplash with The Encounter
“Don’t give me place on the panel. Give me a fucking job.” Mat Fraser and Gregg Mozgala discuss the frustrations of working as a disabled performer, a gamechanging decision from the BBC, and why we need more disabled writers.
Nicole Serratore reviews a rare revival of A Taste of Honey which “offers an opportunity for the voices of these complicated women in messy relationships to, at long last, be heard.”
Finding your place when the place changes shape: New Yorker Nicole Serratore reviews an exploration of national identity at the Edinburgh International Festival.
Nicole Serratore reviews Thomas Ostermeier’s glitter cannon and percussion-heavy production of Richard III.