Reviews

Operation Crucible Forges Drama From History
A Nazi air raid on an English city buries four steelworkers alive in this off-Broadway play.
Madness, Madness Everywhere in Turning Off the Morning News
Christopher Durang's follow-up to Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike makes its world premiere at McCarter Theatre Center.
Paradise Blue Examines a Black Community on the Brink in 1949 Detroit
Signature Theatre presents the New York premiere of Dominique Morisseau's second "Detroit Project" play.
Dream and Reality Converge in Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey Into Night
Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville bring the tortured Tyrones to Brooklyn's BAM Harvey Theater.
A Beautifully Creepy Twelfth Night
The Acting Company and Resident Ensemble Players stage a chic revival of the top-shelf Shakespeare comedy.
Chills and Thrills Are on Full Display in Chicago Shakespeare's Macbeth
The company offers a swift and sure-footed production of the Scottish Play.
The Gentleman Caller and the Sexual Desire Between Two Pulitzer-Winning Playwrights
Philip Dawkins pens this two-hander about a little-discussed yet fascinating gay relationship.
"Lambeth Walk" as Fast as You Can to Me and My Girl
New York City Center Encores! revives a 1937 musical to conclude its 25th anniversary season.
The Secret Lives of Preteen Dancers Revealed in Dance Nation
Clare Barron's new play has its world premiere at Playwrights Horizons.
Going Undercover To Catch a Fish
A well-intentioned man gets caught in the net of a government operation in Brett Neveu's new drama.