Social Studies is all about family—both locally and globally.
Is this a call for radical action, or are we meant to simply amuse ourselves to death?
The play’s interpersonal dynamics get repetitive, but its core is compelling.
The main thing that Once has going for it is that it’s not Wicked.
Have you ever bored yourself with a dream?
Rapture, Blister, Burn is entertaining—but more in the manner of an amusing lecture than an engaging play.
Bad Jews has been one of the most produced plays in American theatre in recent years, and it’s easy to see why.
The Amish Project is okay but I had hoped it would be excellent.
The play’s not the thing; the music is.
Nirbhaya is stunning. You could feel the impact of the material in the silence that preceded the ovation on the opening night of the show’s run at the York.