Bess Wohl’s new play is a regret-tinged examination of sibling connections that maybe, back in those formative years, were not forged solidly enough.
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This experimental docudrama at La MaMa charts the history of the National Endowment for the Arts and argues for its continued importance.
In Catya McMullen’s tender and funny play, a brother with Asperger’s syndrome seeks connection as his overprotective sister’s relationship flounders.
In “Gloria: A Life,” Ms. Steinem will be portrayed by Christine Lahti, who isn’t shy about making suggestions about moments that belong in the script.
Yes, household objects stand in for famous characters. But in the hands of master storytellers, these condensed versions can cast a spell.
Ensuring that “I Was Most Alive With You” was accessible to both hearing and deaf audiences made rehearsal dauntingly complex — and a little confusing.
The play, set in 1914, is staged as if in a London air-raid shelter in 1940. It’s an ungainly frame for this crisp comedy.
A community reels after a young father is killed by police in Geraldine Inoa’s unsettling play.
The National Asian American Theater Company puts on a fast-paced and unusually lucid staging of the bloody history play.