Jesse Eisenberg's play is "provocative," but does not actually provoke.
It's more than just jokes about fractured language.
Onstage, it's more severe than ever.
Everything pulls its weight in this production of Stephen Karam's new play.
It's all about him.
Reviews of 'The Lyons' and 'We Live Here.'
King as orator and visionary; King as ordinary man with a cold.
Terence Rattigan's 1963 drama of global financial (and family) tension.
Why shouldn't today's kids have their own little labor musical, just because our generation never got one?
And Keith Nobbs makes a flat revival of Lanford Wilson's 'Lemon Sky' watchable.
The Stage Dive Off Broadway roundup.
Hero worship and its discontents.
Simon Russell Beale steals the show — because there is no show.
'The Talls,' 'Olive and the Bitter Herbs,' and 'HotelMotel.'
Zach Braff comes to the Empire State.
And this time, he's not seven feet tall, either.
Also: The return of 'Hair.'
Also reviewed with 'SILENCE! The Musical' is the a cappella aliens revue 'Voca People.'