Belarus Free Theater focuses on the present while looking back at 2010. Molly Grogan reviews.
Philippe Quesne’s Vivarium Studio inflates its park of dreams at Under the Radar. Molly Grogan reviews.
Anisa George asks us where to draw the line between romantic and horrific. Robert Norman reviews.
Joseph Charnitski reviews “actorvist” Keith A. Wallace’s solo reflection on the value of Black lives in America today.
Molly Grogan reviews a jewel in the rough from Nikki Appino and Saori Tsukada.
Molly Grogan reviews 600 Highwaymen’s invitation to be together.
Molly Grogan looks for possibility in endlessly repeating loops.
Manuel Cinema’s slide projection poetry dazzles. Molly Grogan reviews.
Jordan G. Teicher reviews New Yiddish Rep’s revival of this once “obscene” play.
Seth Simons reviews a problematic tribute to a problematic midcentury entertainer.
Joseph Charnitski reflects on sitting around a screen, listening to stories.
Cheek by Jowl’s bully king looks uncomfortably familiar in New York. Molly Grogan reviews.
Amy Brady reviews Peter Richards’ complex exploration of women’s sexuality.
Dan O’Neil reviews Dan LeFranc’s newest play.
In The Builders Association’s alt-Oz, Jordan G. Teicher discovers there’s no place like phone.