Reviews

Camp David
A political play about the historic 1978 Middle East peace accords has its West Coast premiere at the Old Globe Theatre.
Friend Art
Sofia Alvarez writes a new play about people who make art and the friends who love-hate them.
Cirque du Soleil's Paramour
The famed international circus troupe makes its Broadway debut with a new musical.
The Father and A Doll's House
Theatre for a New Audience presents a clever pairing of Scandinavian domestic dramas.
The Total Bent
A new musical from the creators of Passing Strange has its premiere at the Public Theater.
Peer Gynt
Tony-winning director John Doyle helms Henrik Ibsen's infamous picaresque.
Incognito
Nick Payne examines the brain in his latest drama at Manhattan Theatre Club.
In the Body of the World
Eve Ensler brings her memoir about her cancer diagnosis and her work in the Democratic Republic of Congo to the stage.
Hadestown
The director of Broadway-bound Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 tackles Greek mythology in a world-premiere musical.
Dogfight
An unlikely and tender love story with an old-fashioned sensibility closes out SpeakEasy's 25th anniversary season.