Reviews

What's Left After The Fall
This collective play revisits apartheid's debris.
The Lifespan of a Fact Probes the Border Between a Good Story and Fake News
Daniel Radcliffe, Cherry Jones, and Bobby Cannavale star in this new Broadway play.
Women Fight to Be Believed in Mother of the Maid
Glenn Close stars as the mother of Joan of Arc in Jane Anderson's play.
Two Sons Take Their Mother to Task in Alexi Kaye Campbell's Apologia
Stockard Channing reprises her role as a '60s counterculture matriarch in need of atonement.
A Black Family Searches for Love in a Time of Terror in Fireflies
The second installment of Donja R. Love's trilogy debuts at Atlantic Theater Company.
Rags Parkland Sings the Songs of the Future Presents Folk Music for the 23rd Century
Andrew R. Butler transforms Ars Nova into a futuristic folk cabaret.
Sakina's Restaurant Offers Family Fare With a Dash of Spice
Aasif Mandvi brings his 1998 solo show about an Indian-American family back to NYC.
The Jonathan Larson Project Reveals Unheard Songs by Rent Composer
Producer Jennifer Ashley Tepper premieres decades-old work by the man who changed the landscape of musical theater.
Remembering The Things That Were There
David Greenspan's latest play hurtles through the memories of a small family.