Reviews

Rothschild & Sons
Forty-five years after it premiered as The Rothschilds, Sheldon Harnick and Sherman Yellen revise their musical about the famous banking family.
Trip of Love
A new '60s nostalgia jukebox musical lands off-Broadway via Japan.
Perfect Arrangement
A new play about gay feds during a 1950s witch hunt turns out to be a delightful comedy.
Alice in Wonderland
Synetic Theater takes a trip to Alice's madcap world.
Eclipsed
Danai Gurira takes us into the secret lives of women during the Second Liberian Civil War.
The Gin Game
D.L. Coburn's 1976 play about a card game proves to be surprisingly prescient in this Broadway revival starring James Earl Jones and Cicely Tyson.
Ugly Lies the Bone
Mamie Gummer stars as a disabled war veteran in the new Roundabout Underground world premiere.
Ride the Cyclone
Death comes to the theme park in Chicago Shakespeare Theater's U.S. premiere of this Canadian-born musical.
Appropriate
Grim family secrets are unearthed in Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' scabrous drama.
Animal
Clare Lizzimore's world-premiere play examines a young woman's disaffected mind and heart.