Blanka Zizka’s high-concept production consistently tries too hard.
James Ijames’ powerful play and Blanka Zizka’s fabulously theatrical staging must be seen.
Wilma’s snazzy revival makes a good case for this charming but quirky show.
Having deconstructed Lorca’s play, this production can’t make it whole again.
Blanka Zizka’s playwriting debut showcases her considerable skills… as a director.
Nick Payne’s lovely play, gorgeously produced at the Wilma, is a treat for scientists and poets.
The Wilma Theater’s visually stunning production doesn’t always serve Andrew Bovell’s play.
Lucas Hnath’s bold, beautifully nuanced play in a pitch-perfect production.
Though a self-consciously clever production sometimes threatens to derail An Octoroon, an excellent cast and Brandon Jacobs-Jenkins’ brilliant script carry the day.
When I was a theatre student, I was fascinated by stories of the Greek tragedies in their earliest performances – multi-day outdoor […]