Tom Wicker reviews Daniel Alexander Jones’ ode to race, queerness and difference.
Kev Berry remembers “the greatest day of my life” with Taylor Mac.
Standup meets storytelling in this darkly funny solo show. Seth Simons reviews.
Katie Ebner-Landy reviews a show involving everything from popular science to aquatic birds and papier-mâché masks.
Martha Wade Steketee reviews a concept-heavy production of Helen Edmundson’s 1993 play about Cromwell in Ireland.
When God gets served his own existential hell. Molly Grogan reviews.
A slightly different Neil LaBute: Richard Patterson reviews the playwright’s latest work.
Molly Grogan reviews Romeo Castellucci’s autopsy of speech at Federal Hall.
Molly Grogan reviews Peter Brook’s distillation of The Mahabharata, scaled for today.
Molly Grogan considers the merits of future shock.
Molly Grogan goes back to middle school to find that history keeps repeating.
The Civilians go knocking at death’s door. Molly Grogan finds them alive and well.
The Prince of Denmark in the age of the iPhone: Gabe Cohn reviews a new Mobile Unit production.
Loren Noveck discovers “a darkly luminous meditation on freedom, captivity, mortality, and memory.”
Seth Simons enjoys a “loopy” one-act with just the right punch.