Bartlet Sher and a superior cast bring a period piece into the present.
This show understands a good twist.
New life for old Greeks and Oklahomans and civics-class speechifying.
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Tom Stoppard’s first new play in a decade gets a production that’s a little cuddlier than we’re accustomed to.
Another funny meta-musical from the team behind ‘The Drowsy Chaperone.’
Hansol Jung’s play gets a fantastic, enveloping production.
John Doyle’s customarily spare production makes Brecht great (again).
Fourteen years later, it feels out-of-step.
Sara Holdren and Jesse David Fox compare notes.
Besides the giant mechanical ape and the 14 puppeteers who keep him going, that is.
Another story of good theatrical intentions that don’t hold up a play.
And the dangers those girls face.
And it’s a turkey.
Goodhearted does not mean good.
A second viewing reveals its wit but also its facile turns.
Fence-straddling at the barricades.
Ngozi Anyanwu’s play shifts and reframes the way real memories do.
Reaching for the satiric punch of Brecht or Jarry.