A main theme in Sarah Ruhl’s play is how history is distorted by those who get to tell it.
Lloyd Suh’s moving, meditative play considers the rise of anti-Chinese sentiment during America’s Westward expansion.
Stuffed with Stoppardian cleverness, there’s far too much in LEOPOLDSTADT to register with specificity.
In this moving, unsettling work, playwright Gracie Gardner gives the experience of illness pitched to true life.
No roller coaster has generated more stomach-churning highs and lows than the musical Dear Evan Hansen.
Summer smiles in the Berkshires with a charming revival of this Sondheim favorite.
‘Big D’ Energy: David and Cameron Review Most Happy at Williamstown and Sound of Music at Glimmerglass
Two celebrated 1950s musicals get strikingly dissimilar festival productions this summer.
An elegantly streamlined makes the best case for the show I’ve yet seen.
Sarah Silverman’s memoir-musical takes on a traumatic subject with an uneasy mix of crude comedy and serious themes.
Can we start by not using Barbra Streisand as a polestar here?