Woolly's "Botticelli in the Fire" offers both too much and too little in reimagining the Renaissance painter
Bedlam's Saint Joan is lovingly produced but demands the patience of a saint
Expect to laugh more than you thought possible in the company of a full orchestra, wigs, Counts, and world-class singing
A skillfully depicted production of Beckett's enigmatic tragicomedy
Annie Baker's play revels in the nostalgia of a mid-Atlantic B&B
Woolly Mammoth Theatre's latest gives bold, moving voice to the issues of the day
A funny, angry, stoic and unaccountably hopeful deep-dive into the lives of 1960s working class African Americans
Shakespeare's story is delivered with a metaphorical twinkle in the eye
If you come to "Don Carlo" just to listen to the singing, you won't be disappointed.
Jeanna Sakata has written a timely play that fails to scratch beyond the surface of its tragedy
Heather Raffo's "Noura" has a wealth of ideas, but suffers from too much telling and not enough showing
The African-American women in Black Panther, finally, at long last, utterly obliterate the Hollywood construct.
Familiar brings a unique voice and genuine humor to a relatable issue
Robert Schenkkan's compelling exploration of Lyndon B. Johnson offers a lot of food for thought
Michael Urie commands the stage in Michael Kahn's deeply elegant, daring production of "Hamlet"