Ford's production of Born Yesterday is an incredibly timely tale -- for better or worse
Woolly puts forth a vicious comedy of office politics, while Folger offers stunningly unique version of "Macbeth"
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