The US premiere of “A Girl is a Half-formed Thing” continues the Corn Exchange’s winning streak with Eimear McBride’s scorching novel.
Soho Rep. gets comfy with Alice Birch’s feminist revolution.
Rafael Spregelburd opens Pandora’s box with SPAM. It couldn’t be more fun watching disaster strike.
The Mobile Unit of NYC upholds the belief that Shakespeare belongs to everyone.
“It’s a physical performance as much as a verbally dexterous one.” Nicole Serratore reviews David Tennant in Richard II.
Loren Noveck reviews Anne Washburn’s “unsettling and magically strange” new play in New York.
Nicole Serratore reviews a family play with its primary gaze on sibling relationships.
Seth Simons reviews the New York Shakespeare Exchange’s great Hamlet experiment.
Nicole Serratore reviews Adam Rapp’s show at The Flea Theater.
“It’s imperfect, of course, but its imperfections…are part of the whole.” Loren Noveck reviews Pan Pan Theatre Company’s take on Chekhov.
Patrick Maley reviews “a slow and meticulous” production of Sam Shepard’s 1979 Pulitzer winning play.
The cracks start to show through the polished facade of Danai Gurira’s perfect family.
Alison Walls reviews a show that “for all the skill on display and apparent desire to be avant-garde, is deeply regressive.”
You couldn’t ask for more in this intimate conversation between a Nobel laureate and a living legend of dance, but Alvis Hermanis gives us his two cents anyways.
A disorienting self-reflexivity, a mirror aimed at another mirror: Seth Simons reviews Baba Brinkman’s show.