Why has Bernard Weinraub chosen this secretive chapter of Miller’s life as fodder for his play?
Top Girls’ conflicts and political themes seem more relevant than ever in this excellent production.
Skeleton Crew offers a redemptive look at a national tragedy — the financial crisis of 2008.
The Huntington Theatre Company’s production of Molière’s classic is bright and energetic.
Coming of age in today’s world is a tumultuous and confusing experience; Ken Urban’s script expertly taps into these modern anxieties.
An outstanding production of a Stephen Sondheim musical that was initially thought to be a misfire.
The script softens up the issue of patriarchal authoritarianism by plugging it into a family comedy structure.
This is a wonderful production of an important play that still has a dog in the fight.
This is a thoroughly pedestrian production — wobbly, uninspired, and often downright tedious.
There’s nothing here to challenge the status quo, just an amiable ‘sex’ comedy about characters who aren’t getting any.