Alexis Zegerman’s “Holy __” is a lively, if overheated, cautionary tale; while Clare Barron’s “Dance Nation” looks at troubles that come from within.
Fiery performances by Lia Williams in “The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie” and Adrienne Warren in “Tina” newly illuminate familiar female characters.
Another British import is coming, this one about an early chapter in Mr. Murdoch’s career.
In “Brief Encounter” and “Summer and Smoke,” directors subvert the expectations of their audiences with fascinating results.
This mash-up of eight stories from the TV series, refashioned for the stage, wears its tendency to lecture like a misplaced badge of honor.
Andrew Scott’s portrayal in a London production of “Hamlet” almost banishes other performances from memory.
Highlights of the Almeida Theater’s 2017-18 season, announced Monday, include “Albion,” a new work by Mr. Bartlett, the author of “King Charles III.”
A London revival makes a strong case for Martin Crimp’s play, while versions of “Arturo Ui” and “Salomé” fall short.
On the London stage, Robert Icke’s production of David Hare’s play “The Red Barn” features Mark Strong, and language breaks down in “Blue Heart.”