Reviews

FringeNYC 2014: When We Were Idiots; No One Asked Me; Skyline
By Zachary Stewart · Aug 12, 2014

This is TheaterMania's second roundup of reviews from the 2014 New York International Fringe Festival.

FringeNYC 2014: Bedroom Secrets; Dancing Monk Ippen; Sitting Shiva
By David Gordon, Zachary Stewart · Aug 12, 2014

This is TheaterMania's first roundup of reviews from the 2014 New York International Fringe Festival.

Tony Yazbeck: The Floor Above Me
By Hayley Levitt · Aug 12, 2014

The Broadway hoofer taps through a lost era of entertainment in his 54 Below debut.

Reasons to Be Pretty
By Jonas Schwartz · Aug 12, 2014

The Geffen Playhouse stages a battle of the sexes by Neil LaBute.

The Maids
By Zachary Stewart · Aug 11, 2014

Cate Blanchett returns to New York in a new translation of Jean Genet's most popular play.

My Stubborn Tongue
By Zachary Stewart · Aug 8, 2014

Anna Fishbeyn takes us on her journey from Russian refugee to all-American material girl.

The Law of Return
By Zachary Stewart · Aug 8, 2014

Martin Blank pens a cinematic thriller about Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard.

Phoenix
By David Gordon · Aug 7, 2014

Julia Stiles and James Wirt star as a pair dealing with the end results of a one-night stand in Scott Organ's will-they-or-won't-they rom-com.

The Opponent
By Hayley Levitt · Aug 6, 2014

Chicago's A Red Orchid Theatre brings its boxing ring to 59E59 for the New York premiere of Brett Neveu's two-person battle of wills.

King Lear
By Zachary Stewart · Aug 5, 2014

Daniel Sullivan's production of Shakespeare's classic combines holy ritual with Iron Age fashion.