Lisa Loomer’s docudrama examines the landmark abortion rights case.
Cheryl Strayed’s advice column becomes a story circle in Nia Vardalos’s adaptation.
Sarah DeLappe’s Pulitzer-nominated play isn’t the landmark of feminist theater it could be.
A dual-sided look at health care and an electrifying study of heroism are among this week’s best bets.
A top-notch touring Broadway show and an intimate Sondheim concept revue are among this week’s notable new productions.
Two more culture-beat surprises from 2016: the end of Oracle Productions, and a radical revamp at the Hypocrites.
Queen Christina of Sweden a black lesbian? Why not?
London Wall, Milk Like Sugar, and ten more new theater reviews