Reviews

Trans Scripts, Part I: The Women
Paul Lucas' work makes its US premiere at American Repertory Theater.
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Ford's Theatre pays tribute to Edward Albee.
Yours Unfaithfully
A 1933 play about an open marriage makes its world premiere with the Mint Theater Company.
Incident at Hidden Temple
Damon Chua's latest stage noir play blurs the line between fact and fiction.
The Liar
David Ives adapts a 17th-century French comedy about an arrogant man who cannot tell the truth.
Mope
Paul Cameron Hardy's new play explains the current state of the world through the lens of pornography.
Gloria
Ambition and selfishness prevail in Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' dark comedy.
A Disappearing Number
Timeline Theatre Company tells a story of love, loss, and mathematics.
Roe
Arena Stage takes a journey through America's recent past.
Tell Hector I Miss Him
Paola Lázaro pens a salsa of love and regret in Old San Juan.