The lure of the 1950s.
Alan Ayckbourn’s seventy-fifth play.
Thomas Bradshaw’s latest shocking play.
Exploring smell and opera through performance.
The Boy Scouts’ motto, “be prepared,” is tested.
Addiction destroys in Dael Orlandersmith’s latest.
Traditional and contemporary Japanese theatre combine.
Jack Thorne’s monologue play.
Over Niagara Falls in a musical barrel.
A female quarterback against the odds.
Ellen Burstyn and John Glover are aging, metatheatrical parents.
Actor Jesse Eisenberg makes an impressive writing debut.
A.R. Gurney dissects a family.