Reviews

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Bewitches Broadway
The world's most famous wizard stars in the biggest show in New York.
The Metromaniacs Takes Rhyming to the Max
David Ives pens an English-language adaptation of a 1738 French comedy — completely in rhyming couplets.
A My Fair Lady for the 21st Century
Bartlett Sher directs a thoughtful new production of a Lerner and Loewe classic for Lincoln Center Theater.
Mangled Beams Looks at What It Means to Be an American (Indian)
9/11 shakes up the lives of Native American ironworkers in this play presented by American Indian Artists Inc.
Matthew Broderick Raises Hell in The Seafarer
Conor McPherson's Tony-nominated drama receives its first New York revival at the Irish Repertory Theatre.
Farce Takes a Holiday in The Doppelgänger
Rainn Wilson plays dual roles in a geopolitical farce at Steppenwolf.
In Search of a Significant Other
The play's protagonist is never a groom, and sometimes not even a groomsman.
Life Takes Center Stage in 33 to Nothing
Aaron Holland headlines Grant James Varjas's hard-rocking play.
An Ex-Con Rebuilds Her Life in Lettie
Victory Gardens presents the world premiere of Boo Killebrew's new play.
The Sting Tries to Pull Off the Perfect Con
Harry Connick Jr. steps into a Paul Newman role in this new pre-Broadway musical at Paper Mill Playhouse.