Reviews

The False Servant
Brian Kulick's canny mounting of Marivaux's play of greed, betrayal, and female brain-power emits its own strange verbal music.
When the Bulbul Stopped Singing
The "Brits Off Broadway" festival presents a Palestinian soap opera for credulous Westerners.
The Pillowman
Martin McDonagh's drama with mountains of laughs is the play of the year.
On Golden Pond
This revival is unlikely to erase memories of the 1981 film, yet it is a respectable and in many ways admirable effort.
Orange Flower Water
Jason Butler Harner and Pamela J. Grayin Orange Flower Water(Photo © S. McGee) "There are no moments of goodness that don't come w
Beau Jest
Timothy Hornor, Charity Parenzini, Jason Adkinsin Beau Jest(Photo © Matthew Lawrence) I mean this in the most affectionate sense: Taproot Theatre Company
Not Yet Diagnosed (Nervous) 1918
The Axis Company's latest experimental piece, Not Yet Diagnosed (Nervous), takes place in the memories of shell shocked WWI soldiers.
Tierno Bokar
Djénéba Koné, Sotigui Kouyaté, and Hélène Patarot in Tierno Bokar(Photo © Victor Pascal)
What of the Night
This tedious play about Djuna Barnes fails to capture the best qualities of the acclaimed author's work.
Constant Star
In this play at the Merrimack Theatre, Tazewell Thompson artfully blends Ida B. Wells's written words with imagined dialogue and private thoughts.