Reviews

Selma '65
By Zachary Stewart · Oct 2, 2014

Catherine Filloux stages a fading memory from the 1960s civil rights movement.

Alan Smithee Directed This Play: Triple Feature
By Zachary Stewart · Oct 2, 2014

Big Dance Theater presents a live mash-up of three seemingly unrelated films.

Money Grubbin' Whores
By Pete Hempstead · Oct 2, 2014

A new comedy at the Lion Theatre shows exactly how not to go about a divorce.

Tail! Spin!
By Zachary Stewart · Oct 1, 2014

Four recent political sex scandals explode onto the stage with cartoonish panache.

Indian Ink
By Zachary Stewart · Sep 30, 2014

Tom Stoppard's intelligent and sensitive play about art and love in the British Raj gets a major revival.

The Old Man and The Old Moon
By Pete Hempstead · Sep 30, 2014

A seafaring journey with folk music comes to the New Victory Theater.

Stalking the Bogeyman
By Zachary Stewart · Sep 29, 2014

David Holthouse's real-life tale of sexual assault and attempted murder gets a staging off-Broadway.

Rest
By Catey Sullivan · Sep 29, 2014

Life, death, and extreme compassion storm through this Samuel D. Hunter drama.

You Can't Take It With You
By David Gordon · Sep 28, 2014

Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy is back on Broadway, with a cast led by James Earl Jones and Rose Byrne.

Le Nozze di Figaro
By Zachary Stewart · Sep 26, 2014

Richard Eyre directs a beautiful and hilarious new production of Mozart's most popular opera.