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.
Alison Durkee reviews this Best of Edinburgh transfer to NYC.
Loren Noveck reviews Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ modern spin on a medieval morality play.
Robert Norman reviews five short plays on immigration in the FRIGID festival.
A riot grrl musical take on Antigone channels her rage into action. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Loren Noveck finds this Royal Court production of Caryl Churchill “unresolved but oddly satisfying.”
Molly Grogan reviews Brian Parks’ new comedy that turns a profit from a lavish wit.
“Considerable trouble and considerable joy” in Encores! production of Big River. Lane Williamson reviews.
August Wilson’s voice in Jitney matters now more than ever. Gabe Cohn reviews.
Basil Kreimendahl’s new play about Vietnam, memory and manhood. Loren Noveck reviews.
Mariah MacCarthy’s solo reveal. Molly Grogan reviews.