A showcase for Edie Falco, who makes the most of it.
Richard “Apple Family” Nelson brings his natural-language approach to Chekhov. Plus, a look at Haile Selassie’s last days in power.
The trouble with archness.
Strong performances in service of … what, exactly?
Jammed with broken heroes on a last-chance power drive.
In the park, not a cloud in the sky.
A wildly ambitious bilevel play, a family drama that spirals out into giant issues of slavery and race.
Just keeps going strong.
Packed up and ready to go.
In the whirl of glibness and fury that is identity politics, Young Jean Lee has that rare quality: nuance.
Theater Review: Ivo van Hove’s The Damned Pulls the World Into the Armory
Rinne Groff’s play about not-quite-successful art-making.
Tasty enough, familiar, not especially filling.
It ruthlessly interrogates white audiences about how they discuss nonwhite life.
They’re not likely to win, but I loved these performances and productions.
A basketball story that runs through Tiananmen Square.
“Yes. No. It’s complicated.”
“He’s a sort of Brexiteer.”
A Henry James adaptation with energetic choreography by Susan Stroman.
Phylicia Rashad directs an actor-friendly production.
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