In Josie Rourke’s entertaining revival, archness is the peril that lies ahead.
This high-energy musical at PTC has appealing moments alongside off-putting ones.
You will see no more delightful show, nor a better lesson in stagecraft, this season.
This uplifting, inclusive little show has its heart in the right place, and also wears it on its sleeve.
This over-devised adaptation of The Brothers Karamazov sinks under its own weight.
At Theatre Exile, Rajiv Joseph’s flawed but compelling play packs a lot into 90 minutes.
This darkly comic fable at Inis Nua packs an initial punch. Too bad it goes on too long.
Matthew Lopez’s middle-of-the-road comedy doesn’t get below the surface sparkle.
The Wilma Theater’s visually stunning production doesn’t always serve Andrew Bovell’s play.
InterAct’s elegant but bare-bones production rarely achieves lift-off.