M. Butterfly
By Catey Sullivan · Jun 6, 2014

Court Theatre flies with a tale of power, politics, and mystery.

Death of the Author
By Evan Henerson · Jun 6, 2014

Issues of literary integrity get philosophical and personal in this world premiere at the Geffen Playhouse.

When January Feels Like Summer
By Hayley Levitt · Jun 5, 2014

Ensemble Studio Theatre and Page 73 join together to present the New York premiere of Cori Thomas' latest comedic drama.

By Zachary Stewart · Jun 5, 2014

Kenneth Branagh stars in a Macbeth lit by fire and soaked in blood.

By Hayley Levitt · Jun 5, 2014

Paper Mill Playhouse closes out its 2013-14 season with hot rods, poodle skirts, and summer lovin'.

Just Jim Dale
By Hayley Levitt · Jun 3, 2014

The Grammy- and Tony-winning performer's one-man show traces his career from British music hall to Harry Potter.

The Sonic Life of a Giant Tortoise
By Pete Hempstead · Jun 3, 2014

Toshiki Okada's surreal take on Japanese world-weariness plays at Brooklyn's JACK.

The White Snake
By Catey Sullivan · Jun 3, 2014

Mary Zimmerman's latest mines Chinese mythology for a tale of love and persecution.

The Killer
By Pete Hempstead · Jun 1, 2014

Darko Tresnjak revives Eugѐne Ionesco's classic absurdist work in an epic production.

By Hayley Levitt · May 31, 2014

Michael Hollinger puts the absurdity of blind faith and crooked clerics back under the microscope at Philadelphia's Arden Theatre Company.