Reviews

A Kid Like Jake
A child's gender identity tests two parents in Daniel Pearle's provocative play.
Lives of the Saints
David Ives brings six one-acts to the stage of the Duke on 42nd Street.
The World of Extreme Happiness
Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig offers a fascinating and dubious look into modern China.
The Nether
Jennifer Haley's disturbing new play takes Internet role-play to the next level.
Intimate Apparel
An African-American seamstress finds love in all the wrong places.
Rocket to the Moon
Clifford Odets' 1938 play feels like a blast from the past.
The Insurgents
Labyrinth Theater Company stages Lucy Thurber's tale of the connection between disenfranchisement and domestic terrorism.
Big Love
Charles Mee and Tina Landau catapult Aeschylus into the 21st Century at Signature Theatre Company.
Marie Antoinette
Steppenwolf delves into the huge hair and severed heads of the 1790s.
The Winter's Tale
The Pearl Theatre Company offers a bewildering staging of Shakespeare's already mystifying play.