Reviews

The Long Shrift
By Zachary Stewart · Jul 14, 2014

James Franco helms an incredibly intelligent and flawed world premiere in his stage directorial debut.

Atomic
By David Gordon · Jul 13, 2014

This new off-Broadway rock operetta explores the creation of the atomic bomb.

The Pigeoning
By Hayley Levitt · Jul 12, 2014

Prophetic pigeons and Bunraku puppets enjoy a return engagement at HERE Arts Center.

Lone Star and Laundry and Bourbon
By David Gordon · Jul 10, 2014

Contemporary Theatre of Dallas makes its New York City debut with this double bill of one-acts by James McLure.

The Importance of Being Earnest
By Zachary Stewart · Jul 9, 2014

Hudson Warehouse presents two hours with the wit of Oscar Wilde on a beautiful patio in Riverside Park.

Wayra: Fuerza Bruta
By David Gordon · Jul 8, 2014

A new iteration of the popular environmental theatrical experience is currently housed at the Daryl Roth Theatre.

Lindsay Mendez and Derek Klena in #Klendez at 54 Below
By David Gordon · Jul 8, 2014

The stars of Dogfight and Wicked bring their friendship to the forefront in a cabaret theater piece.

The Mystery of Irma Vep
By Iris Fanger · Jul 3, 2014

The Berkshire Theatre Group offers up its take on Charles Ludlum's comedic tale.

The Bullpen
By Pete Hempstead · Jul 3, 2014

Joe Assadourian brings his trenchant satire of the American justice system to The Playroom Theater.

Kiss Me, Kate
By Iris Fanger · Jul 2, 2014

Barrington Stage revives a Cole Porter classic.