In a kitchen in Rhinebeck, ordinary and extraordinary life transpires in Richard Nelson’s magnificent trilogy.
This high-budget, high-energy production is entertaining but rarely more. Why not?
The writers and star of 1812’s new holiday show talk about their creative process, and the healing power of theater.
After the battering year we’ve had, the sweet hopefulness of the show could not be more welcome.
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.