A Family's History Plays Out in Allegiance
The musical explores the US government's shocking internment of Japanese Americans during World War II.
A Revolution Fails in Caryl Churchill's Light Shining in Buckinghamshire
New York Theatre Workshop presents a revival of this play about the English Civil War.
A Frightening Future Awaits the Individual in Assembled Identity
A new play examines the nature of selfhood in an age of genetic modification.
Summer and Smoke Cuts Through the Haze
Classic Stage Company and Transport Group join forces for this Tennessee Williams revival.
The York Theatre Company Promises Unexpected Joy in a New Musical
Three generations of musicians deal with family matters in song.
A Marriage on the Verge in Belleville
Dread hangs over the picture-perfect American couple living in Paris.
Noises Off Turns On the Laughs
The classic hit proves that theater life is more than just doors and sardines.
Alan Ayckbourn's Latest Play Is a Brief History of His Dramatic Style
59E59 Theaters premieres Ayckbourn's latest as part of the Brits Off-Broadway festival.
A Refugee Love Story in Vietgone
Studio Theatre investigates love amid the Vietnam War.