Enda Walsh’s wild cosmic farce, in which two men act out the life of a fantasy village, finds the aching emptiness in words, words, words.
Category Archives: St Ann’s Warehouse (Brooklyn, NY)
For the new year, productions that aim to shake up your senses and challenge your assumptions. Plus: ’80s jargon and hair.
In “Arlington,” a dance segment takes us into the subtext: “the pressure put on a body in confinement.”
In the drama “Arlington” and the installation “Rooms,” the Irish playwright Enda Walsh conjures a subversive throng of unreliable narrators.
The playwright who wrote “Lazarus” with David Bowie gets a kind of mini-festival in New York.
In “946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips,” Emma Rice directs a fanciful adaptation of another novel by Michael Morpurgo, the author of “War Horse.”
Set in a women’s prison, this production is the third and last installment of the director Phyllida Lloyd’s series of Shakespeare plays for Donmar Warehouse.
The British actress plays Prospero in an all-female “The Tempest,” her latest gender-switched Shakespeare production, set in a penitentiary.
“Longing Lasts Longer,” Ms. Arcade’s solo show at St. Ann’s Warehouse, laments a changed New York and frets about group-mind control.
This one-man show revolves around a man who has apparently simply dialed a wrong number and then stays on the line to talk. And talk.