Kev Berry reviews Zayd Dohrn’s play about Muslim American identities.
Martha Wade Steketee reviews Arthur Miller’s sibling drama of family legacies
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
Amélie fans, look away now – it’s been adapted into a Disneyfied Broadway musical that’s “workmanlike at best”.
Lynn Nottage brings a fresh eye to labor, capitalism, and the American factory worker in Sweat.
London’s fringe hit comedy has transferred to Broadway. But does the humour translate? Kev Berry reviews.
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.
Loren Noveck reviews Julia Jarcho’s fairytale/horror story inspired by archetypal fears and a little Gogol.
Bleary-eyed, late night conversation of comics, sexuality, and connection in Noah Mease’s Omega Kids. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Gabe Cohen reviews The Debate Society’s new play, connecting two different Chicago world’s fairs.
Dan O’Neil reviews Rachel Bonds’ “nighttime play with songs.”
The Assembly looks back on 1960’s protest and action in HOME/SICK.