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Atlantic Theater Company
The Secret Life of Bees
Becomes Its Platonic Self
Sue Monk Kidd’s novel becomes a musical, beautifully.
Justice Smith on Acting With Isabelle Huppert and Detective Pikachu
Smith plays Huppert’s son in Florian Zeller’s
Theater Review: The Conventional Spin of
This Ain’t No Disco
Packed up and ready to go.
Theater Review: Geopolitics and the Pick and Roll, in
The Great Leap
A basketball story that runs through Tiananmen Square.
Miles for Mary
The Homecoming Queen
One play tight and tense, the other shaggy and powerful. Neither is the one you’d think.
Describe the Night
, a Tale of Russia and Fake Truth
Rajiv Joseph’s new play has a bear by the tail.
Theater Review: A
With a Few Lightning Bolts
“Fuller, meatier, sadder, funnier, sexier, and more provocative.”
Theater Review: Beauty and Brutality in
Guards at the Taj
Rajiv Joseph’s play about beauty and brutality.
Theater Review: Trying
Dying for It,
Arise! Arise! Arise!
Theater Review: A Sharp Pair of Pinters
Bracing revivals, brilliantly executed.
Chris Noth Is Alive and Well and Acting Off Broadway
Good thing he didn’t die in ‘Sex and the City’!
Public Theater Slate Includes Plays by Churchill and Shepard, Work by Hoffman and Strathairn
Plus industry news on
, Drew Barrymore, and Lil Jon.
Almodóvar’s ‘All About My Mother’ Heads to the Old Vic