“A strange and difficult sting”: Nicole Serratore writes on Daniel Ward’s gig-theatre story of racism and dislocation at a private school.
True crimes: Nicole Serratore writes on a performance about the Yorkshire Ripper manhunt which aims to centre women.
Dancing revolutions: Nicole Serratore writes on a moving exploration of dance, self-expression and friendship.
Sleight of hand: Vincent Gambini’s magic show is an exploration of political deception.
Sisyphus with a shitty cell phone: Nicole Serratore reviews Eve Nicol’s play about modern relationships.
Waves of anger: Nicole Serratore writes on Penelope Skinner’s play, and the grim realities of toxic masculinity online.
Nicole Serratore reviews Ulster American, a new play ‘so wild it beggars belief’.
The Band’s Visit is a gentle exploration of the unexamined lives of ordinary people from artists David Yazbek and David Cromer.
David Henry Hwang revises his M. Butterfly at a propitious moment. Nicole Serratore reviews
Anna Ziegler explores the internal turmoil of tennis players on court and off in The Last Match. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Diana Oh makes an unapologetic call to arms to queer the world. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Boom Bat Gesture’s ‘Do Your Worst’ series asks artists to create deliberate flops. Nicole Serratore asks them about failure, DIY theatre, and Spiderman.
New York collaborative theatre heroes The TEAM are staging ‘Primer for a Failed Superpower’, a multi-generational pop concert of protest songs. Nicole Serratore sits in on rehearsals.
Activism, terrorism, and Turkish politics shape this Performative Essay starring two tortoises
Laura Linney and Cynthia Nixon give strong voices to the complex women in Lillian Hellman’s play The Little Foxes