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One-acts by Neil LaBute, Adam Seidel, Gabe McKinley, and Cary Pepper form an entertaining but uneven collection
After getting killed in a roller coaster accident, members of a high school chorus compete for another chance at life in this quirky charmer of a musica
The Flea grapples with the intrinsic difficulties of Euripides's anti-war drama.
The first half of this year's Summer Shorts festival features one-act plays by Cusi Cram, Neil LaBute, and A. Rey Pamatmat
Philip Ridley's new play takes the idea of an 'extreme home makeover' to entirely new heights
- Emotion dominates in William Francis Hoffman's new play about familial love, loss, and redemption.
Shakespeare's classic love story receives a refreshing, nimble, and energetic production from the Public Theater's Mobile Unit.
- Shaw's first play is topical but lacks an emotional punch. R
Noah Haidle's magical realism–infused family drama prioritizes thinking over feeling.
The newest EST Sloan Project production dramatizes the Milgram obedience experiments to explore the relationship between power, responsibility, and human nature
Red Bull Theater's latest Jacobean revival explores love, madness, and sin.
The Flea takes on modern states of emergency with the help of audience participation
A solo show by the young Daily Show correspondent offers a humorous take on being an outsider
Thomas Bradshaw's latest play affects you despite itself
Richard Maxwell's play revisited at Theatre for a New Audience's Polonsky Shakespeare Center
The second half of this year's Summer Shorts festival features one-act plays by Robert O'Hara, Stella Fawn Ragsdale, and Lucy Thurber.
The first half of this year's Summer Shorts festival featured one-act plays by Neil LaBute, Matthew Lopez, and Vickie Ramirez.
Daniel Talbott's new play presents a measured, thought-provoking, and gripping vision of where today's constant state of war might lead us.
Beth Henley's revisionist story of female friendship in the West takes American mythology as a ripe target for deconstruction.
"As smart as it is sexy" feels like a clichéd but apt description of Chiara Atik's new play
A show mired in aspirations to be a political thriller does a better job dealing with loftier issues of faith.
Even though this show offers plenty of real talk, it's still a play, artificiality and all.
this solo show takes a firm stance that in the face of hardship, that's when it's most important to celebrate what's brilliant in life. . .
With the assets of a strong cast and thoughtful direction, Heidi Shreck tackles challenging topics without trying to force any unreasonably neat conclusions
Conor McPherson's 3-monologue play gets a fine revival at the Irish Rep
Holistically, this offers a rich experience for nearly all the senses (taste is covered by the Polonsky Shakespeare Center's newly opened cafe, aptly christened Food and Drink)
Sample Reviews: The New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF)- . .
It's not everyone's scene, but if you're down for a party, Wayra might be just what you're looking for. .
Stephen Belber's play is well-performed and entertaining, but where the cracks are visible, they prove unfortunately distracting.
a new musical is about the ambiguous moments where joy and sorrow meet, but it all comes together into a show that's unambiguously enjoyable.
here's a lot of interesting drama in Samuel D. Hunter's play and the production is well done.