Reviews

Juno
By Catey Sullivan · May 14, 2014

TimeLine Theatre Company resurrects a tuneful take on a brutal Irish drama.

Driving Miss Daisy
By Pete Hempstead · May 13, 2014

Broadway talent comes to Staten Island in this Pulitzer Prize-winning play.

Passion Play
By Evan Henerson · May 9, 2014

All the world is a (divine) stage in Sarah Ruhl's study of The Passion.

The Few
By Zachary Stewart · May 8, 2014

Rattlestick Playwrights Theater gives a solid production to Samuel D. Hunter's angst-ridden play about a literary newspaper for truckers.

Family Play (1979 to Present)
By Pete Hempstead · May 8, 2014

Memories flood the stage at The New Ohio Theatre.

Irma La Douce
By David Gordon · May 8, 2014

The New York City Center Encores! season-ender features a rarely seen French musical directed by John Doyle.

The Lovesong of Alfred J. Hitchcock
By Hayley Levitt · May 7, 2014

David Rudkin revamps his radio play for a staged exploration of the man behind the camera.

The City of Conversation
By Zachary Stewart · May 6, 2014

Guess who's not coming to dinner: Washington politics devours an American family.

Sea Marks
By Pete Hempstead · May 5, 2014

Love letters, Irish romance, and a fisherman's poetry come ashore at Irish Repertory Theatre.

Forbidden Broadway Comes Out Swinging!
By Zachary Stewart · May 5, 2014

Woody Allen, Idina Menzel, and Neil Patrick Harris all get a roasting in the latest incarnation of this popular satirical Broadway revue.