Reviews

The Familiar Feeling of Gettin' the Band Back Together
In this new Broadway musical, a middle-aged man returns his hometown to compete in the battle of the bands.
Be More Chill Sizzles Off-Broadway
The science-fiction musical makes its New York City debut at the Pershing Square Signature Center.
Pushkin Brings the Russian Winter to a New York August
Jonathan Leaf's verse drama about Alexander Pushkin makes its world premiere.
In-Flight Beverages and a New Kind of Living Room Play in Summer Shorts A
Robert O'Hara, Abby Rosebrock, and Chris Bohjalian are the three featured writers in series A of 59E59's short play festival.
Mystery Meets the Mundane in Summer Shorts B
New plays by Neil LaBute, Claire Zajdel, and Eric Lane make up the B program of 59E59 annual Summer Shorts.
The Band's Visit Gets a New Conductor in Sasson Gabay
The star of the 2007 film joins the cast of the Tony-winning Broadway musical.
Wars of the Roses Forges an Alliance Between Henry VI, Part 3 and Richard III
Two Shakespeare history plays become one in this adaptation by Austin Pendleton.
NYMF 2018: Between the Sea and Sky; The Gunfighter Meets His Match; Sonata 1962
This is TheaterMania's fourth and final review roundup from the 2018 New York Musical Festival.
Michael Feinstein and Christine Ebersole Stoke Summertime Wanderlust in Two for the Road
The two cabaret luminaries sit down for a monthlong engagement at Feinstein's/54 Below.
Mike Birbiglia Becomes a Grown-up in The New One
Birbiglia returns to New York City with his latest stand-up solo play at the Cherry Lane Theatre.