Irish Repertory’s revival offers welcome, if not wholly effective, escapism. Lane Williamson reviews.
John Fleck crashes off a hairpin turn into hyper-reality. Molly Grogan reviews.
Hansol Jung’s story of migrant identities raises timely questions for Robert Norman.
Katie Ebner-Landy is charmed by Finding Fellini, but wishes it could have been more.
Gabe Cohn yearns for mixed doubles in Andy Bragen’s tennis-inspired comedy.
Patrick Maley reviews “a rare and special treat.”
Jordan G. Teicher reviews the newest poetry performance by DarkMatter.
Molly Grogan reviews Ivo van Hove’s clinical study of Shakespeare’s power wars.
Seeing NYC’s streets through Edgar Oliver’s eyes. Joe Charnitski reviews.
Playwright Qui Nguyen merges a comic book aesthetic with his parents’ romance in a refugee camp
Molly Grogan reviews Yana Ross’ slow-burning study of loneliness in the age of hyper connectivity.
A 60 year anniversary does not a compelling revival make. Molly Grogan reviews.
Adam Bock sets us up, to better upend expectations. Loren Noveck reviews.
Tom Wicker reviews Daniel Alexander Jones’ ode to race, queerness and difference.
Kev Berry remembers “the greatest day of my life” with Taylor Mac.