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Join Vulture’s Tony Awards Live Chat With Critic Jesse Green
Starting at 8 p.m. and going until random audience members with the name “Hamilton” have started receiving trophies.
Tonight: Tonys Live-Blogging, With Jesse Green and Susan Blackwell
Green and Blackwell at the mike.
Theater Review: A Shouty
Caucasian Chalk Circle
at Classic Stage
“It’s exhausting. Which is not to say it’s unworthwhile.”
The Master Builder
, on Very Shaky New Pilings
The Master Builder
becomes an episode of
, you know something’s wrong.”
Theater Review: Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Ironic Detachment of 2012
A musical based on a section of
War and Peace
A Family for All Occasions
Is a Play of One Dimension
Directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Theater Review: Encores!’s
On Your Toes
It’s a weak production, too. And yet …
Theater Review: Chasing Chekhov With
Nikolai and the Others
“Nelson’s opening gambit — an appetizer of red herring — pays off spectacularly.”
Theater Review: Big Top
They added a circus!
Theater Review: The Not Quite Divine Miss Mengers, in
I’ll Eat You Last
“Do we really care how hard it is to make a living as a Sherpa on the slopes of power?”
The Trip to Bountiful,
“The most brutal show in town right now.”
Theater Review: It Were Done Quickly, This
It’s cut to barely 100 minutes.
Jekyll & Hyde
“The question that lingers after the swift little dream of
passes is: What just happened? What was that about?”
Theater Review: Barbra Will Not Like
Buyer & Cellar,
But I Do
Too hilarious, and oddly loving, to shut down.
Theater Review: Eleven Years Later, a Return to
The Last Five Years
“The structure enforces a cruel balance of joy and despair; someone is always high, someone hurting … “
Hands on a Hardbody
“How much can even a Texan want a truck?”
Theater Review: At Encores!,
It’s a Bird … It’s a Plane … It’s Superman
A strange musical from another planet.
Vanya and Sonia and …
Shameless crowd-pleasing, mostly in a good way.
The Lying Lesson
Annie Baker finds truth; Craig Lucas, not so much.
Theater Review: In
Hit the Wall,
the Political Is Way Too Personal
Instead of a Grand Guignol, it’s a diorama.
It looks like a tour through West Solipsism. Then the knife (literally) comes out.