Activism, terrorism, and Turkish politics shape this Performative Essay starring two tortoises
Molly Grogan reviews Martyna Majok on privilege, disabilities and the pursuit of happiness, in Jersey.
Seth Simons finds Matthew Perry’s play “thoroughly average,” to be generous.
Clare Lizzimore gets in the head of a woman trying to hold herself together. Tom Wicker reviews.
Christina Masciotti examines the hurdles facing the current generation of war veterans. Loren Noveck reviews.
Molly Grogan reviews Sinking Ship Productions’ adaptation of the Kafka short story.
Gabe Cohn reviews the NYC premiere of Jon Brittain’s Olivier winner.
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.
A dissertation on storytelling: Six Degrees of Separation gets a fast paced revival starring Allison Janney.
“Mindlessness seems to have won the day” in a frenetic, supersized new Broadway musical of Charlie & the Chocolate Factory.
Laura Linney and Cynthia Nixon give strong voices to the complex women in Lillian Hellman’s play The Little Foxes