Toshiki Okada’s new play is an allegorically complex performance about baseball that isn’t about baseball.
Ken Ludwig’s idea of turning a Sherlock Holmes story into a comedy isn’t groundbreaking, which means the execution of the idea needs to be really good to stand out
A magical realism play based on a true story could easily be a disaster, but Transmissios Theatre makes the magic happen.
Three cleverly interconnected survival stories about the complicated nature of life, love, and family.
Ayad Akhtar’s Pulitzer-winning play is a conversational piece with a high-paced ending and plenty of thought-provoking ideas.
The man behind the 2013 Fringe Festival hit AJAX, The Madness directs his version of ANTIGONE for the Wilma Theater.
EgoPo Classic Theater continues its foray into classics of American drama with a focus on female playwrights.
An ambitious art project that seeks to combine multimedia, puppeteering, a baroque chamber orchestra and the singing of mezzo-soprano Ana María Ruimonte in a bilingual presentation.
THE BORDER delivers on all the essential aspects of Scandinavian life: there’s dry humor, a self-deprecating take on one’s life and, of course, melancholic dance music.
In this parody of The Bachelor, reality television contestants hope to score themselves an eligible bachelor by any means necessary.
Jo Strømgren Kompani boldly promise to deliver the essence of the celebrated play despite making ambitious changes to it.
Ivo van Hove’s reimagining of the Bergman classics is full of visual and interpretative ideas, but lacks overarching purpose.
An absurd sci-fi epic with countless phallic symbols and absolutely no sense of “too much”. What more could you ask for?
An admirable attempt to address the contemporary and timely tragedy of urban violence that doesn’t quite manage to ring true.
The idea of combining improv with role-playing works very well since both rely on improvisation within certain parameters and they’re also both just a lot of fun.
Dan Hodge’s one-man performance of Shakespeare’s poem RAPE OF LUCRECE is back! And it is not to be missed (again).