Lane Williamson feels spun out by Hamish Linklater’s turntable of acting moments.
Loren Noveck and Molly Grogan discuss two sections of Mfoniso Udofia’s 9-part cycle about a Nigerian-American family.
Molly Grogan visits Enda Walsh’s city of ghosts.
Patrick Maley enjoys the snacks, not so much the drama, in Target Margin’s revival.
In the jungle of womanhood. Molly Grogan reviews Catherine Filloux’s newest play.
Kev Berry gets frustrated with Neil Koenigsberg’s play about gender identity set in Hollywood.
Robert Norman reviews Carl Holder’s multi-generational study of masculinity and inheritance.
Loren Noveck reviews Henry Naylor’s pair of one-acts about gender and violence in the Middle East.
Alison Durkee reviews Kate Hamill’s fresh adaptation of a 19th century classic.
Kev Berry reviews Zayd Dohrn’s play about Muslim American identities.
Rearranging the furniture: Lane Williamson reviews Martin Sherman’s new play at the Public Theater.
Docudrama about mill worker/activist Ella May Wiggins gives a glimpse into labor history
Alison Durkee reviews Jen Silverman’s moody riff on the Brontë sisters’ women.
The future is now, maybe. Seth Simons reviews.
Robert Lepage takes it home. Molly Grogan reviews.