Reviews

Holler If Ya Hear Me
By David Gordon · Jun 19, 2014

The lyrics of legendary rapper Tupac Shakur come to Broadway in this new musical directed by Kenny Leon.

Smokey Joe's Café
By Iris Wiener · Jun 19, 2014

Chet Walker directs and choreographs the celebration of Leiber & Stoller with a little help from The Coasters.

The Last Confession
By Evan Henerson · Jun 19, 2014

A play based on actual events offers no Roman holiday from Vatican corruption.

Butler
By Hayley Levitt · Jun 18, 2014

Richard Strand delves into Civil War history in his world premiere production with New Jersey Repertory Company.

When We Were Young and Unafraid
By Hayley Levitt · Jun 17, 2014

House of Cards writer Sarah Treem explores sexual power struggle through the lens of domestic violence in her new play, premiering off-Broadway with Manhattan Theatre Club.

Stoneface
By Jonas Schwartz · Jun 17, 2014

The Sacred Fools' fostered biography of silent star Buster Keaton comes to the Pasadena Playhouse.

The Ballad of Pondlife McGurk
By Pete Hempstead · Jun 17, 2014

Storytime comes to the New Victory Theater with a tale of lost friendship.

The Who & the What
By Zachary Stewart · Jun 16, 2014

Ayad Akhtar's funny and insightful new play tells a story of uncomfortable questions and the courage needed to ask them.

Much Ado About Nothing
By Zachary Stewart · Jun 16, 2014

In his maiden voyage with Shakespeare in the Park, director Jack O'Brien takes a swing at the Bard's comedy of budding love in Sicily.

Ask Aunt Susan
By Catey Sullivan · Jun 16, 2014

Seth Bockley's tech-savvy play probes the price of being an online superhero.