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Ain’t No Mo’
Is a Biting Farce That Takes Flight
Jordan Cooper’s new play is a suite of comic sketches.
Theater Review: It’s Always Sunny in This
In the park, not a cloud in the sky.
Theater Review: Of Tusks and Treachery, in
An elephant’s-eye view of the illegal ivory trade.
Theater Review: On the Road With
Miss You Like Hell
A show I really wanted to like.
Is a Well-Intentioned Mistake
Is this theatrical approach to mass shootings irresponsible?
Theater Review: The Public Theater Stages Its Own Origin Story
I hope they get it.
Tiny Beautiful Things
Won Me Over Against My Will
not so much.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
That Never Touches Earth
All the froth, none of the underlying dread.
Where Everyone’s Onstage, and Oscar Isaac Is Among Us
And Oscar Isaac is among us all.
Do Sponsors Like Delta Have the Right to Demand Squeaky-clean Art?
The controversy surrounding the Public Theater’s production of Julius Caesar shows that expecting funding without constraints is naïve.
Theater Review: Lynn Nottage’s
Tells But Doesn’t Show
As it transfers to Broadway, the play brings its strong ideas and weak characterizations intact.
Theater Review: The Public Works’ Diverse, Delicious
“For the audience, the source of the joy was mostly the joy of those participants.”
Theater Review: Can
Troilus and Cressida
Men on Boats,
played by women not on boats.
Remembering Elizabeth Swados, the Original Theater Badass
Her stubborn, wild, ephemeral spirit touched so many of us.
in the Park, With Some Streamlining
A strain of rareness.
Theater Review: City Dynamics Step Onstage, in
A neighborhood in transition.
Theater Review: Lin-Manuel Miranda’s
“Neither a challenge nor a chore. It’s just great.”
Theater Review: Mike Daisey’s
Yes This Man
Daisey opens wide to criticism.
Much Ado About Nothing
In the Park, in the rain.
Theater Review: A Fast-Moving
Antony and Cleopatra
“What started as a study of passionate love between great equals winds up as a count-the-corpses Grand Guignol.”
Theater Review: With
, One More Bite of the Apple Family
“The plays are a kind of exposed nerve.”
Shakespeare in the Park, Twice Over (Plus Once in Greenwich)
Shakespearean weddings, in and out of town.
Stage Dive: Things to Do Before You Die This Weekend
If you don’t have tickets to ‘Sleep No More.’