This production of Caryl Churchill’s 1982 play attempts to examine the present by looking to the past.
Kristine Thatcher’s biographical drama on Barbara Jordan resurfaces at a crucial juncture in American history.
Playwright C.A. Johnson’s world of civil war, bombs, looting, gangs, and starvation is hardly fictional. It is practically here.
This spooky meta musical from Kyle Jarrow (“SpongeBob Squarepants: The Broadway Musical”) and Duncan Sheik (“Spring Awakening”) cares more than it scares.
A slow and solitary, meditative musing on human nature. And fish.
Putting the theme of “motherhood” through the dramatic wringer, András Visky’s play becomes less a distillation than a reduction.
Filament kindly offers a theatrical experience designed to bring the inner child out of any tired and overworked adult.
This big-budget musical adaptation of the beloved film written by Tina Fey is less than fetching.
A provocative and powerful new play by Clare Barron, told with equal parts joy and seriousness.
First directed by Stephen Schwartz, this musical, based on the writings of Studs Terkel, explores the nature of work in contemporary America.