Reviews

Barbecue
Playwright Robert O'Hara puts the American family through the wringer at the Geffen Playhouse.
Angels in America: Millennium Approaches
Two theaters collaborate to produce Tony Kushner's double-barreled play.
Wonderful Town
Mary Zimmerman directs this frothy mid-century classic.
Ma Rainey's Black Bottom
Phylicia Rashad directs the revival of August Wilson's early entry in his Pittsburgh Cycle.
Where Did We Sit on the Bus?
Brian Quijada asks a fascinating question in his autobiographical solo show.
Significant Other
Finding love becomes the object of their lives for four best friends aging out of their 20s.
Regular Singing
A quietly riveting farewell to the Apple Family.
What Did You Expect?
Richard Nelson brings us the second part in his trilogy The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family.
Sunday in the Park With George
Stephen Sondheim's musical about art and artists is given a masterful revival.
A Taste of Honey
The Pearl Theatre Company mounts a revival of a play that rocked British theater in its day.