Reviews

Mighty Real: A Fabulous Sylvester Musical
By Zachary Stewart · Sep 14, 2014

The Queen of Disco holds an audience in Hell's Kitchen.

Since I Suppose
By Catey Sullivan · Sep 12, 2014

Melbourne's step up productions creates a creepy, enthralling synthesis between city and story.

This Is Our Youth
By Hayley Levitt · Sep 11, 2014

Michael Cera, Kieran Culkin, and Tavi Gevinson grow up together in Kenneth Lonergan's comic drama at the Cort Theatre.

Macbeth
By Pete Hempstead · Sep 11, 2014

The Scottish king belts out the Bard in this musical adaptation of Shakespeare's tragedy for The Theatre Project.

Juárez: A Documentary Mythology
By Hayley Levitt · Sep 10, 2014

Life on the boarder is deconstructed in Theater Mitu's collaborative melding of history, politics, and performance.

Bootycandy
By David Gordon · Sep 10, 2014

Robert O'Hara's new comedy at Playwrights Horizons explores growing up gay and black in America.

Bauer
By Hayley Levitt · Sep 9, 2014

Lauren Gunderson theatricalizes the story of German painter Rudolf Bauer and the inauspicious end of his career at 59E59 Theaters.

I Like to Be Here: Jackson Heights Revisited, or, This Is a Mango
By Pete Hempstead · Sep 9, 2014

A mélange of cultures fills the streets of a Queens neighborhood.

Christine Ebersole: Big Noise From Winnetka
By David Gordon · Sep 9, 2014

The Tony winner's new cabaret shows off her big, brassy talent.

Elena Shaddow: Always Better
By Hayley Levitt · Sep 9, 2014

Broadway's most seasoned understudy claims a well-deserved spotlight as she ushers in a new golden age of musical theater.