Reviews

Mlima's Tale Navigates the Illicit Ivory Trade
Lynn Nottage return to the Public Theater with a tale of two tusks.
One Thousand Nights and One Day Turns an Irreverent Eye Toward Ancient Fairytales
Scheherazade finds a modern-day counterpart in this new musical by Jason Grote.
Finding Deeper Meaning in John
Annie Baker's play explores the tangible and intangible in relationships and the world at large.
Madmen and Fools Rail Against the Universe in RSC's King Lear
Antony Sher makes the tragic monarch the last of his Shakespearean roles.
Broadway Takes Another Spin Around Rodgers and Hammerstein's Carousel
Jessie Mueller and Joshua Henry take a seat on the bench as star-crossed lovers Julie Jordan and Billy Bigelow.
Children of a Lesser God Challenges Broadway to Really Listen
Joshua Jackson and Lauren Ridloff star in the Broadway revival of Mark Medoff's 1980 Tony-winning drama.
Finding Hope Amid the Darkness in Anna Christie
Lyric Stage offers a stripped-down revival of this classic play about a love triangle.
Miss You Like Hell Is a Musical About Living Undocumented in America
Quiara Alegría Hudes and Erin McKeown take the Public Theater audience on a cross-country road trip.
A Random, Life-Changing Encounter on a Train in Dutch Masters
Greg Keller's Dutchman-inspired two-hander makes its New York premiere at the Wild Project.
Outsiders and Gun Violence in This Flat Earth
Lindsey Ferrentino's latest drama takes place in the wake of a school shooting.