Jordan G. Teacher finds some satisfying challenges in Series A of the festival.
Gabe Cohn reviews the NYC premiere of Jon Brittain’s Olivier winner.
Loren Noveck reviews Henry Naylor’s pair of one-acts about gender and violence in the Middle East.
Wakka Wakka’s puppet musical slays American consumerism and Chinese stereotypes. Molly Grogan reviews.
Seth Simons reviews a problematic tribute to a problematic midcentury entertainer.
Dan Gordon’s stage adaptation of the Academy Award winning film stars Molly Ringwald. Juliet Hindell discovers it’s still a tear-jerker.
Gabe Cohn yearns for mixed doubles in Andy Bragen’s tennis-inspired comedy.
Martha Wade Steketee reviews a concept-heavy production of Helen Edmundson’s 1993 play about Cromwell in Ireland.
Patrick Maley reports from a claustrophobic production of Conor McPherson’s apocalypse.
Jordan G. Teicher finds the image of photographer Alice Austen’s life a little too devoid of colour.
Where’s the existential hokum? Seth Simons reviews Toast as part of Brits Off Broadway.
Chekhov goes country.
The power of small things.
Fit for a king.