A new Sandbox play from the Playhouse is an imperfect recollection of clashing cultures the year before the Berlin Wall fell.
The famous staged reading of the entire ‘Great Gatsby’ is nothing more than a flickering green light.
Rotimi Agbabiaka delivers another winning solo show satirizing race, sexuality, and hunger for fame.
Top-notch acting and direction opens Aurora’s 2020 with a well-written play that doesn’t stick the landing.
Cheryl Strayed’s tenure as an advice columnist makes for an excellent 2020 opener for the Playhouse.
ACT kicks off 2020 with Will Eno’s darkly comic one-act (and short) celebrating why the little things matter most.
Cutting Ball starts off the new decade with two one-act dreams about women whose bodies aren’t theirs.
Kate Robards’ latest is a show about marriage and sex that – wouldn’tcha know it? – finishes too soon.
The second Witch Trial play I’ve seen in a week is an imperfect misfire for Sarah Ruhl and the Rep.
An overlong, clichéd script is saved by great direction, a super cast, and eye-popping creative choices.