The Band’s Visit is a gentle exploration of the unexamined lives of ordinary people from artists David Yazbek and David Cromer.
Billy Crudup plays a complicated nobody. Loren Noveck isn’t sure how much to believe him.
Ran Xia reviews Big Dance Theater’s interpretation of the diaries of Samuel Pepys.
Loren Noveck experiences the limits of unchecked invention.
Molly Grogan reviews Safe Harbors Indigenous Collective Project’s travels to hell and back.
Ran Xia reviews Gardiner Comfort’s show about living with Tourette Syndrome.
Curtis Russell reviews Gare St Lazare Ireland’s recent appearance at Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival.
Joseph Charnitski reviews the US transfer of the National Theatre’s production.
Julia Cho pushes the boundaries of taste exploring gun violence. Lane Williamson reviews.
Cameron Kelsall reviews Theresa Rebeck’s trenchant workplace comedy.
David Henry Hwang revises his M. Butterfly at a propitious moment. Nicole Serratore reviews
Patrick Maley reviews David Greenspan’s marathon solo performance of Eugene O’Neill melodrama.
Heather Christian gets her ghost on. Molly Grogan reviews.
Loren Noveck reviews Richard Nelson’s play about Joseph Papp and the politics and egos of theater.
Ran Xia reviews Luis Alfaro’s steamy adaptation of Sophocles’ tragedy, set in So. Central L.A.