Cheryl Strayed’s advice column becomes a story circle in Nia Vardalos’s adaptation.
Playwright Lucy Kirkwood’s devastated world is nightmarishly familiar.
For some kids, the path to prison starts with just one bad day or one microaggression too far.
Her magnetic, mercurial performance anchors TimeLine’s portrait of Maria Callas.
The Lookingglass world premiere strives to be a very special episode.
Peter Morgan’s drama gives us a Queen Elizabeth II dull in her dutifulness.
A poisonous dispute over two feet of dirt
Playwright Stephen Sachs paints a shallow, schematic picture of an art-world saga.
Roberto Bolaño’s sprawling novel becomes a phantasmagoric five-and-a-half-hour ride.
Christopher Durang’s overrated Tony Award winner is a case of absurdism lite.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Wednesday, February 26
The How and the Why survives on smarts and at least one great performance.
Seth Bockley directs Philip Dawkins’s Failure: A Love Story at Victory Gardens Theater
Next Up rep presents three productions by newly graduated MFA directors and designers