This joyful show for Deaf and hearing families is inspired by the story of Moses.
The opening and shutting of doors: Daniel Perks reviews David Henry Hwang’s comedy about Americans doing business in China.
Yea, slimy things did crawl with legs, / Upon the slimy sea: Emma Smith reviews Simon David Eden’s journey into the American Dream.
When I say I’m in love, you best believe… Rebecca Latham reviews LUV at the Park Theatre.
‘The hairless bipeds he has created’: David Ralf reviews an adaptation of C. S. Lewis’s The Screwtape Letters.
Meanders to a contrived platitude: Fergus Morgan reviews Peter Quilter’s new comedy.
The vast differences between now and then: Brendan Macdonald reviews a revival of Mart Crowley’s The Boys in the Band.
#firstworldproblems: Fergus Morgan reviews a new musical about just your average couple.
Stand by your man: Daniel Perks reviews a play with aspirations to be a film.
Adolescence, adventure and yodelling: Fergus Morgan reviews the first musical to be staged at Park90.
“Context is everything”: Emma Smith reviews Terry Jastrow’s investigation of Jane Fonda and the Vietnam War.
Capturing the Orwellian doublethink of the service industry: Gillian Greer reviews Michael Ross’s play at the Park Theatre.
Despite its precipitous location, Tabitha Mortiboy’s play feels surprisingly safe.
A bawdy Restoration comedy in which “cross dressing and gender swapping has more weight than a simple laugh line or visual gag”.
Joyful and energetic festive entertainment.