David Cromer’s production for Steppenwolf taps into our current conspiracy-theory culture.
Actor Kareem Bandealy’s playwriting debut overreaches.
Just as in Oscar Wilde’s time, there are whispers in the audience.
Lucas Hnath’s gospel-infused drama addresses religious faith in unconventional form.
Lillian Hellman’s prescient midcentury melodrama is a portrait of rapacity.
Conor McPherson calls Strindberg’s tune in a new adapation of The Dance of Death, now at Writers Theatre.
Director Michael Halberstam posits a gay Hamlet in his Writers’ Theater production