Peeling back layers of sorrow: Nicole Serratore reviews a new production by Theater Breaking Through Barriers.
How far would you go for love? Nicole Serratore examines the question and its “economics” in Hadestown.
“Blood-spattered satires of Ã¼ber-masculinity”: Nicole Serratore review the musical adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis’ novel.
“Worth celebrating”: Nicole Serratore reviews the new Broadway musical with an all-female creative team.
“A fantastical tale about a family who live forever that does not deliver the on-stage magic needed to make this musical immortal.”
“Itâ€™s a physical performance as much as a verbally dexterous one.” Nicole Serratore reviews David Tennant in Richard II.
Nicole Serratore reviews a family play with its primary gaze on sibling relationships.
Nicole Serratore reviews Adam Rapp’s show at The Flea Theater.
The US-based performance artist on how Light and Space artists have inspired him to create work that pushes the boundaries of perception, including his acclaimed performance/installation YOUARENOWHERE.
MacramÃ© on the walls, shelves of wooden pineapples, American Tourister suitcases, and an orgy of silver lamÃ© costumes…but something remains missing from this immersive experience.
“You inhale fearing your breath might tip the balance.” Nicole Serratore reviews Emily Schwend’s new play.
Nicole Serratore sees a show that “skates along on mostly fluffy charm”, but at times the laughs feel forced.
Nicole Serratore talks to performers Jess Thom and Gardiner Comfort about relaxed performances, changing attitudes and critical perspectives on work by disabled artists.
Bits of Yesterday fall into Tomorrow-like patterns and pieces of Yesterday get swallowed up by Tomorrow in Annie Dorsen’s work.
Nicole Serratore sees a piece about “death, that does not go gently into the night” as part of COIL 2016.