"When, I ask, will we get a youth-driven big-ticket revival?"
An Enemy of the People and Through the Yellow Hour.
An eight-hour play that swallows its actors alive.
Detroit, Sounding Beckett, and If There Is I Haven't Found It Yet.
"The strength of parable and a brief length to match."
"Earnest, on-the-nose, and exhaustively idiot-proofed."
"If you thought the RNC was an endless parade of sociopaths, mountebanks, and paranoiac mutterers, wait until you get a load of this."
"A long, wet, occasionally musical fart unsphinctered in a crowded theater."
Really, really unexpected charms.
"Blanchett is a genuinely gifted physical comedienne."
This new chamber musical is a production to remember and celebrate, as well as the announcement of several major talents.
Fela! returns, along with Caryl Churchill's Serious Money. Plus Spiegelworld!
We watch this Macbeth with deep interest, with great admiration, but not with much concern.
Our theater critic reviews two shows with genre elements.
Use your off days for some high art, why don't ya?
There's nothing here but pleasure and pleasantry, making it a fine but minor dish.
Reviews of Rapture, Blister, Burn and Storefront Church.
Paul Weitz’s Lonely I'm Not and Sophie Gets the Horns.
Shaw's Saint Joan, Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, and David Rabe's An Early History of Fire.
Unfairly passed over, according to our theater critic: Nicky Silver, Finn Wittrock.
Play's the thing.
Not getting happy.
A play that's fit to govern our attention for three-plus hours.
Regrets and Pipe Dream.
It’s harder to fake than you’d think.