Julia Cho pushes the boundaries of taste exploring gun violence. Lane Williamson reviews.
Loren Noveck reviews Richard Nelson’s play about Joseph Papp and the politics and egos of theater.
Ran Xia reviews Luis Alfaro’s steamy adaptation of Sophocles’ tragedy, set in So. Central L.A.
Seth Simons reviews a touching, lively tribute to Willy Chevalier.
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.
Manuel Cinema’s slide projection poetry dazzles. Molly Grogan reviews.
The Mobile Unit of NYC upholds the belief that Shakespeare belongs to everyone.
Cradle to grave.