Dan O’Neil reviews Rachel Bonds’ “nighttime play with songs.”
The Assembly looks back on 1960’s protest and action in HOME/SICK.
An alien gives the audience some unsatisfying hickeys, courtesy of Ken Urban. Lane Williamson reviews.
Guillermo Calderón puts teeth in a question of historical memory. Molly Grogan reviews.
A powerful performance by Obi Abili overcomes O’Neill’s racism in Irish Rep’s new production. Patrick Maley reviews.
Teenage love, old school. Juliet Hindell reviews.
Wallace Shawn’s latest dystopian vision looks us right in the eyes. Molly Grogan reviews.
Nicole Serratore reviews Sam Gold’s bold reimaging of the Tennessee Williams’ classic
In David Mamet’s new play, it’s a sad, sad, sad, sad world. Jordan G. Teicher reviews.
Appreciating the comforts and annoyances of Planet Earth, with Ethan Lipton. Loren Noveck reviews.
James Anthony Tyler explores race and class in a Harlem copy shop. Molly Grogan reviews.
Feelings, meet thoughts. Seth Simons reviews Will Eno’s newest play.
“We’re all Antrobuses:” Lane Williamson reviews Theatre for a New Audience’s probing revival.
Penelope Skinner subverts expectations about women, competition, and aging in her new play.
Jordan G. Teicher reviews Tooting Arts Club’s “uniquely terrifying” revival.